TPN has signed Erith-based B&H Haulage. The privately-owned company says it chose TPN for its honesty and positive ethos.
B&H Haulage has a fleet of 24 vehicles, plus plant, trailers and an innovative end-to-end plastic recycling plant which is one of the first in the country. Established in 2015, the company has grown up in the construction and waste management arena, becoming specialists in recycling and waste freight movements.
Director Simon Butcher says the company is always considering new growth opportunities, particularly in sustainable models, and palletised freight distribution is one of the more sustainable methods of logistics provision.
“We have worked alongside another network, so we already have experience of the market and palletised freight customers,” says Simon. “However, we really liked TPN’s honesty and their approach. They believe in making their depots successful and profitable, with sustainable pricing and good service. That works for us.
“We like to do a great job for the right money because that ensures all of our people still have jobs the following day.”
B&H Haulage will cover some Dartford postcodes and SE9 postcodes, such as Mottingham, New Eltham and Avery Hill.
TPN MD Mark Kendall says: “We’re delighted to welcome such a progressive and successful company into TPN. We know that B and H will be an asset to the network, and I’m sure they will be surprised and pleased to discover how supportive TPN and its Partners are.”
TPN has a sector-leading onboarding process for new Partners which ensures they have all the infrastructure, IT, skills and support they require before they go live.
“We believe in setting Partners up for success and giving as much support as they require,” says Mark. “Our whole business is built on Partnership between the Hub and Partners and between Partner depots. Collaboration gives the most sustainable business, the widest opportunities and the most environmentally friendly and profitable logistics environment.”