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Courier |Company becomes a Driving for Better Business Champion

21 August 2020

MHC Logistics was founded in 2011 with just one man, one van and one route. Since then JMHC Logistics has gone from strength to strength and now has a fleet of over 500 vans across 27 depots.

JMHC works with 5 major partners to provide logistical solutions, covering most cities from Glasgow to Plymouth, and all coordinated from their head office in North Yorkshire. JMHC deliver over 12 million parcels each year and are one of Amazon’s largest Delivery Service Providers.

The Directors, husband and wife team James and Rebecca Hall, work together to ensure the safest and most effective working strategy.

The case study highlights the huge business benefits of the good management of its fleet of 700+ vans

  1. In-house maintenance costs reduced by almost 70%
  2. Vehicle utilisation up 12%
  3. Annual insurance costs reduced by over £1 million
  4. Fuel costs reduced by £80,000 per year
  5. Recruitment costs down as driver wellbeing scheme lowers driver churn

Business Champions are the at the heart of the Driving for Better Business programme . They are employers that are prepared to step forward to champion good practice in work related road safety by sharing their own stories – the challenges they faced, how they met those challenges, and the benefits they’ve seen as a result.

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