Yorkshire logistics business finds route to success
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JMHC Logistics are presented with the FTA Van Excellence Award at their Head Office in Tadcaster.

James Hall, director of J M Hall Couriers, said: “We are very proud to have achieved Van Excellence accreditation, showing that we take our corporate responsibilities extremely seriously and setting an example to others in the industry in order to drive up standards.”

J M Hall Couriers, with a fleet of 350 vans across 14 depots, has gained the Freight Transport Association’s Van Excellence Operator Accreditation, showing its dedication to the safety and compliance of its fleet.

Van Excellence was launched in 2010 in order to promote high standards of van operation and driving by accrediting operators against an industry code of good practice.

Barrie Wilson, FTA’s regional manager – vans, said: “FTA is delighted to award Van Excellence Operator Accreditation to J M Hall Couriers, who have demonstrated high standards and excellent compliance management, and are playing their part in improving the image of the van industry.”

James Hall, director of J M Hall Couriers, said: “We are very proud to have achieved Van Excellence accreditation, showing that we take our corporate responsibilities extremely seriously and setting an example to others in the industry in order to drive up standards.” 

The Van Excellence scheme is helping raise compliance levels across the sector by setting high standards and sharing best practice, professionalising the industry and moving away from the traditional ‘white van man’ image.

See article in Commercial Fleet News

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

J M Hall Couriers Ltd has gained the Freight Transport Association’s Van Excellence Operator Accreditation in recognition of its work to enhance the safety and compliance of its fleet.

Van Excellence was launched in 2010 to promote high standards of van operation and driving by accrediting operators against an industry code of good practice.

The courier firm, which has a fleet of 350 vans across 14 depots, was awarded for demonstrating high standards and excellent compliance management.

James Hall, director of J M Hall Couriers, said: “We are very proud to have achieved Van Excellence accreditation, showing that we take our corporate responsibilities extremely seriously and setting an example to others in the industry in order to drive up standards.”

The FTA’s Van Excellence scheme aims to help raise compliance levels across the sector by setting high standards and sharing best practice.

See article in Van Fleet World

 

Despite their recent bad press, British car buyers registered almost a quarter of a million new diesel cars in March – an all-time high. The Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders (SMMT) reveals why it’s not all bad news for diesels – and explains the important role they can play in helping improve air quality in towns and cities, and in tackling climate change.

  1. In 2016, a record 1.3 million new diesel cars were registered in the UK, up 0.6% on the previous year – a trend that’s continuing in 2017. In March, more businesses and consumers chose a new diesel car than in any other month in history, with almost quarter of a million leaving showrooms.
  2. Diesel is critical to reducing CO2emissions, which in turn is tackling climate change – diesel cars emit, on average, 20% lower CO2 than petrol equivalents. In fact, since 2002, diesel cars have saved 3.5 million tonnes of CO2 from going into the atmosphere.
  3. Almost one in every two new cars registered in the UK is a diesel, with buyers valuing their high performance and low fuel consumption. On average, diesels use 20% less fuel than like for like petrol models, and with diesel drivers typically covering 60% more miles, lower fuel bills are essential.
  4. More than 99% of the UK’s 4.4 million commercial vehicles are powered by diesel and they transport people, essential goods and our emergency services over 61 billion miles every year. Without them, life would be much harder.