Introducing ‘Transport Heroes’

We at the Exchange want to shine a light on those courier and haulage companies who “go that extra mile”, so we’re launching a campaign called “Transport Heroes” with help from our friends at FORS and Transport Monthly.
We’re asking you, our members, about experiences you’ve had that highlight the great work couriers and hauliers do and nominate businesses who deserve recognition – whether they are Exchange members or not.

Have you had a tough job and received help from a fellow courier/haulier? Did you have a funny situation that just made your day?

We will share your best experiences on social media and each month a panel of senior executives from FORS, Transport Exchange Group and Transport Monthly will pick the best. The nominated business will be sent a prize to say ”thanks for the great work” and be shortlisted for a new annual award.

…and of course, if you feel you have provided a great service for another company, feel free to contact them and ask them to nominate you!

We look forward to hearing from all of you. Keep up the good work.

To read the current nominations, click here. 

For past nominations, click here.

*based on the 1,499,576 items of feedback left in the 12 months to 30th April 2019, across both Haulage Exchange and Courier Exchange.

Nominate your Transport Hero today!

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  • When a simple delivery turned into a nightmare, the chaps at Garvs Run took on the problem and redelivered into London’s West-end without any complaints.Thanks Garvs Run for doing a brilliant job!

    Matthew Bryan - Smart Couriers
  • Not too long ago, my van broke down in Chester only a mile or so away from where my load had to be delivered. I posted this on the Exchange forum and it was seen by Andrew Pickles Sameday, who dropped what he was doing and came to my rescue. He took my goods and completed the job. I asked several times what he wanted for his trouble but he would take nothing off me. We will always have a backload for Andrew when he is in the southlands!

    Albert Ballantyne - Viking Road Runners