ELB Partners, which celebrated its 50th anniversary last year, has invested heavily in its fleet to uphold the standards expected in the root-and-branch audit, including additional camera technology to protect vulnerable road users and vehicles with the latest Euro VI engines.
Peter Eason, ELB’s managing director, said: “Last year provided us with a challenge like no other but I’m proud to say our standards never slipped and this latest FORS accreditation is confirmation of that.
“Our team regularly goes above and beyond to service our customers and this award is testament to their hard work. Volumes soared last year and we were able to meet this demand while facing the unique challenges of operating during a global pandemic.
“Increasingly, we know many construction sites and businesses in major cities no longer accept deliveries from non-FORS-standard deliveries, so for us this isn’t a hygiene factor – it’s a must-have.
“We will continue to work tirelessly to maintain the health and safety and environmental standards expected of us as FORS Gold holders.
“Our 50 years in business celebrations will not be dampened by COVID-19 and we continue to invest in our modern fleet with a ‘one-off special’ limited edition Volvo FH Unlimited to go with our seventh year of FORS Gold.”
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