A proven track record

We’ve been successfully recruiting drivers since 1992

The right fit

The right driver in the right job

Dedicated to you

An FTA-trained account manager devoted to supporting you

Immersed in what you do

Driver or Transport Manager, we talk your language

A Passion For People
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Ensuring quality

Our stringent registration, recruitment and testing process is approved by the FTA


Ensuring compliance

Ongoing tacho analysis, licence and qualification checks


Sourcing candidates

We have built our database of thousands of high quality drivers over a period in excess of 20 years.


Managed service option

Outsource your driver management to us.

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We’re 100% dedicated to the drivers market

With our highly experienced FTA-trained account managers who’ll talk your language and understand what you need inside out. We’ve grown steadily since 1992 as our reputation has spread. Our vision is simple. We want to create an environment where all the clients we work with are confident to rely on us exclusively to fulfil all their recruitment needs.

Latest Jobs

LGV 1, HGV 1, Class 1, HGV1, LGV1, HGV1, C+E Days or Nights

HGV 1, LGV 1, Class 1, We are currently recruiting HGV 1 drivers for our Stoke based national distribution centre. As an HGV 1 trunk driver, the work will involve – No handball. Trunking ( RDC ) Early starts, Afternoons, Nights and weekends available. £12.25 Days / £13.50 Nights £16.00 Saturday and £18.00 Sunday ltd […]

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HGV 2 Driver (Air Freight)

We are recruiting for HGV2 Drivers with airfreight experience in the Heathrow area. We are recruiting for a well known, worldwide logistics company. As a HGV2 Driver you will need to have: Category C driving entitlement. A Minimum of 2 years recent experience. No more than 6 penalty points for minor offences. (No DD on […]

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Latest News

Amazon patents drone parachute

Amazon has patented the transport of goods from drones to homes via parachute. This comes soon after the e-commerce giant patented an airborne fulfilment centre designed for service deliveries made by drones.

Amazon outlines plans in the patent for a package delivery system that can “forcefully propel a package from an unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV), while the UAV is in motion.”

The document states that as it stands, to deliver a package to a destination an UAV or ‘drone’, it needs to be physically dropped off; describing the sequence of landing and taking off for every delivery as generating “time and energy resource inefficiencies”.

The patent says a UAV could apply a force to a package which would alter its “descent trajectory from a parabolic path to a vertical descent path.” It outlines a number of ways in which a drone could generate and apply the force, including: pneumatic actuators, electromagnets, spring coils, and parachutes.

The monitoring of the package delivery system during its descent is another feature described in the patent. It says:

“The package can be equipped with one or more control surfaces. Instructions can be transmitted from the UAV via an RF module that cause the one or more controls surfaces to alter the vertical descent path of the package to avoid obstructions or to regain a stable orientation.”

Fleet drivers reminded to pay Dart Charge within 24 hours

Fleets are being encouraged to remind drivers to pay the Dart Charge within 24 hours of using the Dartford Crossing. (more…)

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