Exchange member scoops european award the second year running

Exchange member scoops european award the second year running

Birmingham-based Exchange member, Simpex Express is celebrating having scooped a national industry award that recognises its achievements over the past twelve months. Simpex Express, a leading provider of international express and specialised transport, won the European Member of the Year category at the Transport Awards for the second year running.

Simpex Express’ Kate Taylor and Debbie Brown were presented with the award by Phil Simpson from Freightlink at the annual ceremony that took place at St John’s Hotel in Solihull, West Midlands, in front of more than 300 industry leaders and professionals from across the UK, Ireland and mainland Europe. The company was one of four winners that were nominated and voted for by more than 3,500 members of Courier Exchange and Haulage Exchange in recognition of their major success and best practice in terms of customer service, operational performance and delivery.

Simon Beechener, Managing Director at Simpex Express Ltd commented: “We are absolutely delighted to have won the European award for the second year running, which further recognises our ability to provide outstanding express services throughout Europe. We have an excellent team of highly responsive and pro-active professionals who really care about the service we deliver and so the credit for this fantastic achievement really has to go to them. We would like to thank the Transport Exchange Group for creating a network that has allowed us to flourish and for their efforts in hosting another successful awards evening.”

Lyall Cresswell, Managing Director of Transport Exchange Group said: “I would like to congratulate Simpex Freight Management for their success at this year’s Transport Awards. With more than 500,000 loads traded via our freight platform over the past year, they are part of a significant community of like-minded organisations that are working together to achieve ongoing success within the courier and haulage sectors.”

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