Living proof that ‘anybody can be a driver’….
Request local RCT(V) . . . RLC(V) . . . Regiments, Squadrons, Units, publicise the opportunities to their volunteers.Military Aid to the Civil Community?
We helped the NHS, why can't the MoD help the Tpt Industry?
I thought your were (just) short of drivers ?!As far as I am aware the military has no capacity for chilled/frozen distribution.
They may be able to provide drivers I suppose
To be honest I think the transport industry is the architect of its own mess on this one
I thought your were (just) short of drivers ?!
Are you saying there is (also) a shortage of "reefers" ?!
Is this affecting everyone or just medium and SMEs?I'm not short of drivers yet, the industry is but we are ok so far. The danger for us is losing drivers to a price war
Not critically on reefers but as it happens yes there is
I've been shopping for one this week and there aren't many about at the moment.
Judging by the amount of bloody traffic up my road I assume it's DPD vans and not Class 1 HGVs.And how does that shite get from the Amazon warehouse to your front door? Unfortunately the likes of Amazon are part of the emerging problem.
One G in wagon. Unless you are 100 years old or it's a Sentinel. Pedant mode off
I think supermarkets need to take a look at what they're selling. Does Lidl really need to be selling inflatable kayaks, angle grinders and unicorn onesies? That shit takes up waggon space, space that could be better utilised. Ergo one waggon full of groceries or two waggons both half full of unwanted shyte? Lidl are an extreme example, but they're all at it. It needs to stop. Want to buy shyte? Amazon. Logistics should be about essential goods... like beer, whisky and arsewipe.