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Posted by admin on 6th November 2017

FORS Recognition for BLT Logistics Services

 

BLT Logistics are please to announce that our work has been recognised by FORS as they are now part of the FORS  suppliers and supporters scheme. Discounts on BLT training courses can be found by visiting the FORS website.

Posted by admin on 6th November 2017

Driver CPC Centre Approval for BLT Logistics Services

BLT Logistics are pleased to announce that they are now an approved Driver CPC Centre. Currently offering a 7 hour Operator and Transport Manager Refresher Course, with more courses in application process.

Posted by admin on 6th November 2017

CPD Accreditation for Operator and Transport Manager Refresher

Following on from their Yard Shunter Training success, BLT Logistics have recently had their Operator and Transport Manager Refresher course accredited with the CPD Standards.

These courses can be ran on your company premises or at one of the BLT Logistics’  training rooms. Find out more …….. dawn@bltlogistics.co.uk

Posted by admin on 20th June 2016

CPD Accreditation for BLT Logistics Services

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BLT Logistics have just been awarded with CPD accreditation for our Shunter training course. This accreditation means that BLT LOGISTICS SERVICES LTD, is now an official Registered Provider with the CPD Standards Office, and has received a dedicated accredited-mark with a unique provider number. We are the first training company in the country to be awarded with accreditation for shunter training.

Posted by admin on 15th March 2016

Four out of five HGV drivers would not recommend their job – “Logistics Manager”

A survey by Returnloads.net has found that 78 per cent of 400 HGV drivers said they would not recommend their job.

Just over 26 per cent of those surveyed believe there is not a driver shortage, while around 24 per cent said they were unsure.

The survey also found that 36 per cent of the drivers felt they are not treated well by the companies they work for.

The drivers said that poor wages, poor driver facilities and the way drivers are treated were the top three reasons for the driver shortage.

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