Looking for World Class Heavy Goods Vehicle (HGV) Drivers and state-of-the-art training? Or maybe you’re an HGV Driver or logistics specialist looking for work.
Either way, you’re in the right place.
trg is an innovative and forward thinking national logistics group that specialise in providing temporary, contract and permanent HGV drivers and logistics staff to blue chip clients.
trg has recruitment Hubs across the UK as well as on-site operations at client distribution centres. We also offer state-of-the-art HGV driver and staff training, and expert logistics consultancy services.
trg‘s carefully developed services in all these areas can be combined to create a bespoke solution that fits precisely with your unique requirements, at a local or national level, on a permanent or ad-hoc basis.
trg currently provides 1250+ HGV drivers, warehouse and other logistics staff to our clients each week, a number which is growing fast.
Since trg was first established, the provision of the highest quality HGV drivers, warehouse operatives and support staff has been at the heart of our business.
This principle is taken to a new level with trg World Class Driver.
It is the industry leading standard to which all professional HGV drivers must now aspire.
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