For the fourth year in succession, lift truck manufacturer UniCarriers will sponsor the Forklift Operator of the Year.

In the UK, UniCarriers is based in Thame, Oxfordshire, and is the largest in the subsidiaries. UniCarriers is totally committed to developing the most efficient and cost-effective materials handling and storage solutions for their customers. All equipment is designed and built to the highest specification in order to reduce Life Cycle Costs. As a result, UniCarriers has developed a reputation for supplying durable, reliable equipment for the most arduous of operations, providing cost-effectiveness through high efficiency and reduced downtime.

UniCarriers have a history of winning awards for their trucks and service, such as the IFOY (International Forklift Truck of the Year), Red Dot Award (product design), and TCS&D Materials Handling Supplier of the Year, and Customer Service Award.

UniCarriers are part of the World’s 3rd largest materials handling company, Mitsubishi Logisnext Co. Ltd and are owned by Mitsubishi Heavy Industries.

Pertemps Driver Training was founded in 2009 as a solution to the increased demand throughout the UK for skilled, trained and compliant drivers. A clear but simple business strategy was built; enhance commercial Drivers skills, improve Drivers behaviour and reinvest profits into the next generation of Drivers.

Our Driver Behavioural specialists are key to offering road safety solutions to reduce risk and improve fleet quality and compliance within the business partnerships we build. We recognise a “one size fits all” approach is not an effective strategy therefore focus on the choices a Driver makes behind the wheel that will affect their risk levels.

Embedding within a business aids in understanding the customer’s requirements, allowing us to tailor our support and training programmes to ensure they have a greater impact on improving road safety.

Rapid growth has seen Pertemps Driver Training’s portfolio of courses expand and continual development of bespoke solutions created. If our range of products do not meet a business’s needs our development team are always on hand to support in creating the necessary solution.

SHD Logistics is the authoritative source for news, comment and analysis of the UK logistics sector for its 11,000 readers. It’s published monthly and is a platform for thought leaders across the logistics and supply chain sector. SHD Logistics also delivers The Logistics Awards and the SHD Logistics Conference.

In 2018, it launched The Logistics Podcast which features discussion on topics such as Black Friday, the death of the high street debate and people versus automation.

The Talent in Logistics Journal (TLJ) – a brand-new publication for 2020 – provides strategic insight into talent attraction, workforce development and employee engagement for professionals working in multimodal logistics businesses and training providers serving the sector.  

Available online and in print, TLJ is the only publication to focus on people strategies in logistics, creating high-level content through pertinent interviews, insightful case studies and informative product news.

Trucking magazine has the broadest and most influential readership in the UK. Readers are active purchasers. Trucking offer practical unbiased editorial content keeping readers up-to-date on the key issues facing the industry. Helping them to maintain compliance and grow their business. Published monthly and widely available throughout the UK, Trucking has a circulation of 21,000 and is the key voice of the industry and is delighted to be media partners with Talent in Logistics in 2020.

UK Haulier is the UK’s favourite website dedicated to road transport and freight logistics. Award winning haulage directory, most engaged digital news provider and business support services for hauliers.