The search has begun for The Microlise Driver of the Year 2021, in its seventh year.
Howdens Joinery employee Jamie Lamb has been named as the top young driver in the Microlise Driver of the Year Awards 2020.
Local Yodel heavy goods vehicle (HGV) driver, Dzevad Grozdanic from Borehamwood, has won Medium Distance Driver of The Year at the Microlise Driver of the Year Awards.
John Bushby, a driver from Gist has been hailed as a HGV Hero in the Microlise Driver of The Year Awards 2020.
Phil Hoskins from City Plumbing Supplies has been recognised as a driving hero in the Microlise Driver of The Year Awards 2020.
Drivers from Waitrose & Partners have won the Extra Mile and HGV Hero awards at the Microlise Driver of The Year Awards 2020.
Hovis has won the Microlise Driver Excellence Award for 2020 after telematics data showed it had the best performing drivers.
Telematics provider Microlise has announced the shortlist for its HGV driver of the year awards.
Trakm8 is offering a free route optimisation tool and Microlise free asset tracking and communication solutions during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Microlise has announced it will provide its SmartFlow driver and subcontractor management app free of charge during the coronavirus outbreak.
Microlise has completed its acquisition of fleet compliance and management software provider TruTac.
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The commercial fleet industry is hoping to secure changes to the apprenticeship levy after securing Government cash to tackle the driver shortage.
New DfT training programme aims to support and upskill unemployed, veterans and re-offenders to take up a transport career.
Microlise has released the shortlist for its annual Driver of the Year awards, and will reveal the main winner during the Transport Conference on May 15.
Microlise has begun its search for the UK’s best HGV driver which will be announced at the annual Microlise Transport Conference in May 2019.
They can be a really useful resource but fleets must manage the process carefully, say experts