Drivers Direct Recruitment have been trading since 2002 and have 22 branches across the UK, 3 of which are franchised.
We have enjoyed steady growth year on year and have featured in the Sunday Times Fast Track 100 in 2007 and The Recruiter Hot Top 50 in 2009 and 2010 for being one fastest growing privately owned companies in the UK.
June 09 – Mike Geoghegan, John Major and Gethin Roberts pictured above signing first ever franchise agreement with Drivers Direct and celebrating this important milestone.
Following France’s announcement at the beginning of July to ban all fossil fuel powered vehicles, our own government has made an announcement of their own. The breaking news from parliament is that the UK is banning petrol-diesel cars from 2040, with a new tax implemented on diesel drivers by 2020.Jul12
In 2008, Carbon Dioxide was considered a major greenhouse gas - accounting for 85 per cent of UK emissions. According to the Freight Transport Association (FTA) support guide, if we want to reduce the risk of temperatures rising by at least 2° C by 2100, we need to cut emissionsJun14
Wednesday 21st June marks the start of the Fête de la Musique. Also known as ‘World Music Day’, it offers a global celebration of something that has a heavy presence within the majority of our everyday lives. Whether you’re a hairbrush diva or all your road trips have their ownMay10
Many people dream of a job that allows them to travel the length of the country, head overseas, work flexible hours, meet new people every day and consistently receive professional support. Sound like it’s ticking all the right boxes? Some may be surprised to learn that the profession that perfectlyApr13
After World Health Day was celebrated around the globe on 7th April, we began to think about ways which we could keep healthy whilst on the road. Many studies over the years have shown that those in the road haulage industry are at a higher risk of developing obesity andMar6
March 8th is International Women’s Day, and we’ve been investigating women in logistics. Despite the fact that there has been an incredible rise of women in the business world, the logistics sector is one which remains male dominated. Only one to two percent of the workforce in the world’s logistics