Here at C & D South West, we are very pleased to share the finished article with The Guardian about Life on the Road during the current Coronavirus Pandemic. Thank you to The Road Haulage Association for opportunity to get involved with this article and to spread awareness of our industry during this difficult time.
Lorry driver Bill Dommett during a drop-off. Photograph: Sean Smith/The Guardian
It was a great opportunity for us at C & D South West to give the nation an insight into life on the road for the road haulage industry during the current climate. It was a pleasure to be involved and all the team here at C & D South West have never been prouder to be in the Transport industry the past 7 weeks and will continue to be proud.
Lorry driver Mark Bagley on the night shift Photograph: Sean Smith/The Guardian
Managing Director, Lorna Hammond Said ” I am so proud of all my staff, clients, suppliers and fellow hauliers across the nation. Let’s keep those wheels moving and thanks to the Guardian for writing about the Road Haulage Industry, I really do hope it will give more people a greater insight into our industry and what goes on behind the scenes to ensure our nation is fully stocked”.
Dommett hands in his paperwork at the end of his shift to the managing director, Lorna Hammond. Photograph: Sean Smith/The Guardian
Click HERE to have a read of the article to find out more about the impacts COVID19 is having on our industry and what life on the road has been like during lockdown.
A rainbow drawing in a truck windscreen. Photograph: Sean Smith/The Guardian
If C & D South West are able to help you with our Transport during these difficult times, please do not hestitate to contact us. For more information regarding our services, please click HERE.
Many Thanks to Sean Smith for the photography and Lisa O’Caroll for the write up.