A Berkshire firm of global logistics specialists has been included in a prestigious political journal sharing its best practice ways of working.
CTS Logistics specialises in moving dangerous, delicate and difficult goods safely and securely for clients and employs 75 people from its headquarters near Silchester.
Founder and managing director Nick Collins explains in his article for The Parliamentary Review how CTS Logistics provides an in-house academy to train drivers to the highest safety standards when handling hazardous goods as well as running regular safety drills and working closely with its dedicated compliance team.
The Parliamentary Review is an independent political journal sharing best practice examples from organisations across a range of sectors. It aims to inform readers of the challenges UK organisations are facing and is shared widely among politicians, policy makers and industry leaders.
CTS’ article features in the new transport edition, which includes a foreword by MP Michael Gove, a letter by Lord Pickles and Lord Blunkett as well as commentary from BBC reporter and presenter Andrew Neil.
Managing director Nick Collins said: “It’s an honour to be selected to take part in The Parliamentary Review and to share our ways of working. We’re proud of how we do business. We value and invest in our people to ensure the highest safety standards when transporting sensitive or hazardous goods for our clients.”
Amongst other accreditations, CTS Logistics is one of only four companies in the UK certified by the Office of Nuclear Regulation as a Class B carrier for Category III nuclear material.
The firm works with government departments, the defence industry and large commercial organisations. It carries freight by road, air and sea.
Source: Uk Haulier
Specialist logistics firm shares advice in prestigious political journal