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Drive Alive cements new deal

DRIVE Alive has clinched the contract to train 400 drivers at the UK's second largest cement manufacturer Castle Cement. The 14-month contract will encompass road-based tuition for 200 company car drivers and HGV training for the company's 200 truck drivers.

Castle Cement, which has depots all over the country, appointed Drive Alive after a successful pilot scheme involving drivers of eight cars and four HGVs. General manager, distribution, Andrew Bridge said: 'We've chosen Drive Alive because they very clearly have a commitment to quality, because we like their unique insistence on police standards and because of their expertise in training drivers of large goods vehicles.'

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