We are very pleased to announce the launch of the Driver of the Year award!
From the trunkers and the trampers to the local delivery drivers, we want to thank our drivers for all they do. Some people take lorry drivers for granted, but our society simply could not operate without their hard work. That’s why we believe it is important to recognise and reward our drivers. Our logistics division originally introduced the Driver of the Year award last year before Bluestones One launched, rewarding their hardest working candidates from their Derby, Glasgow and Warrington offices. The popularity of the reward convinced us to launch it again this year, incorporating our new logistics office in Newcastle as well as our existing locations.
Our clients have been invited to nominate the drivers who have impressed them this year and gone above and beyond to deliver exceptional service. From the shortlist of nominated candidates, we will whittle it down to four winners who will be awarded £100 worth of shopping vouchers.
As well as rewarding and recognising our drivers, we will also be celebrating the role drivers play in the UK’s economy through a series of posts on our social networks.
The winners will be announced on the 1st of February on the Bluestones One Facebook page.
Just because it’s Christmas doesn’t mean we stop! If you need anything over the festive break, all of our divisions are contactable – you can find all of the office contact numbers here. Individual office opening hours differ, so if you would like to visit one of our team please call ahead to make sure the office you wish to visit is open.
We hope you all have a Merry Christmas and a very Happy New Year.
Bluestones One, which has offices throughout the UK, has pledged to support food banks based in the North West throughout the festive period and into the new year by opening a food bank drop off point in its Chester office.
Bluestones One Managed Services division today announced that Mark Sweeney is stepping down from his director role in the business. John Thomson, Managing Director of sister company CFS will be acquiring an interest in the business and assuming operational control of the division. Day to day management will be overseen by Greg Fields.