But, those days have gone (for better or worse, we don’t know yet) and there is now a whole host of apps available to make life on the road a little easier. Whether you opt for the free apps or shell out a bit of money for the premium ones, there’s no doubt there’s something out there to help you with your job.
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2017 has already been a huge year for logistics – from the announcement of driverless lorry trials to increased regulations on rest breaks. We’ve got our crystal ball out (we are, however, not Mystic Meg) to predict what could possibly affect the industry in the coming 12 months.
Throughout the whole of November, Bluestones Logistics ran their Thank You Truckers campaign to celebrate the men and women who work as drivers in the country’s busy logistics industry. As part of the new campaign, the agency also launched their Driver of the Year awards to recognise and reward their hardest working candidates.
The “Thank you truckers” campaign has been designed to celebrate professional drivers, who are often overlooked, and remind the public of the important job these people do.
Whether you’re superstitious or not, have you experienced anything a bit weird on any of these allegedly haunted UK roads?
The Cheshire-based logistics recruitment agency, which specialises in the supply of recruitment solutions to the logistics and transport industry has celebrated its 2-year anniversary. Over the past 2 years, the dynamic driving recruitment agency has enjoyed phenomenal success winning 4 awards along the way; including the prestigious Best New Business Warrington, Best New Business Retail, Inspirational Leadership and Company Values.
Logistics recruitment company Bluestones Logistics has surged into the top 15 automotive recruitment companies in the UK according to Recruitment International. The company, which is part of the ever expanding Bluestones Group has seen its turnover increase from £1.2m to £3.6m in the previous 12 months.