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TRG Logistics opens Luton branch

Logistics recruitment company TRG Logistics is continuing with the growth of its UK network of regional branches with the opening of its seventh and latest branch in Luton, Beds.

The TRG Luton branch comes from the recent acquisition of local company Innov8 Recruitment and the branch has now been completely rebranded under the national TRG umbrella, with on-going plans in place for a determined expansion programme for the supply and recruitment of HGV drivers in the area.

Under the leadership of Ben Harding, TRG Logistics regional operations manager for the south, and supported by sales consultants and admin staff, the Luton branch now has more than 90 drivers on its books, with trg looking to increase this number in the near future.

TRG Logistics CEO, Nick Gordon, said: “Following our recent acquisition of Innov8 Recruitment, existing customers have welcomed the added benefits that the Luton branch can now provide as a result of being part of the much larger trg group of companies. Ideally located, we have ambitious plans ahead for the branch as it is now part of the UK’s fastest growing national driver supply company."
 

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  • Paul P Valentine - 19/07/2014 06:18

    I wont drive illegally and I dont care what it cost the company or the agency, but as I said this conversation is better done face to face. DND are lucky I did not have the money for a long taxi fair or I would not have left the vehicle so close, and would have simply left it in the services, as you can see from the section of the tacho my drive time was nearly 11 hours. It took just over 4 hours to get to the first stop because if traffic on the M25, but as explained DND DO NOT COUNT THE STANDING TIME ON THE M25 as part of your driving day, that is why he was quoting the stupid drive time of 6 hours and not the 8 hours I told him I had already done, before I left for the London drop. When he said he still wanted it done I assumed he had made some arrangment for another driver to pick the vehicle up once my hours are over, but rest assured I will keep enough money on the credit card and this will NEVER happen again.

  • revelinio ionel marinache - 25/08/2014 22:39

    Last year i was in Luton office four interview.documents:ADR,goods delivery ,tahografical card ,licence 13cat.all change in uk .want one job.need a unser

    • Japhety - 19/03/2015 09:10

      @revelinio ionel marinache - Can you repeat your Question so We can Understand what you are trying to say?.

  • Paul Valentine - 03/04/2015 06:34

    I am saying that standing time en route is marked down as other working, same as standing time when you do the actual delivery, so, every time you stop in traffic on a motorway or anywhere, pedestrian crossing, traffic lights, roundabout this is marked down as other work ( 2 hammers ) and not driving ( steering wheel )

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