A Teesside hirer of secure storage containers and portable site accommodation has successfully achieved a gold level transport award for the fifth consecutive year.
Following a tough assessment, Stockton-based Mobile Mini was awarded the accreditation for its growing fleet of HGV delivery vehicles, in the nationally recognised Fleet Operator Recognition Scheme (FORS).
The voluntary accreditation scheme, which aims to drive up standards among commercial vehicle operators throughout the UK, requires fleet operators to demonstrate meaningful improvements in safety, environmental impact and efficiency in order to be awarded the gold level.
With a fleet of 50 mounted loader crane vehicles, one of the largest of its kind in the UK, Mobile Mini has become the first in its industry to achieve the FORS Gold Award for five years running, proving that the company is leading the way in its ongoing commitment to safety and effective vehicle management.
Kevin Buckler, national transport manager for Mobile Mini (pictured above), said: “We’re extremely proud as a company to have achieved gold level for another year.
“As a contractual condition for many clients when delivering to their sites, the FORS standard has been catalyst to our advances in vehicle technology and focus on people and processes.”
He added: “Being the first in our industry to achieve such long-running success means it’s important to us to maintain the standard. As such, we are constantly reviewing our vehicles, driver behaviour and processes to improve safety, and improve fuel efficiency, as well as reduce road-related incidents.”