UniCarriers has won the Materials Handling Equipment Provider of the Year Award at the recent TCS&D Awards 2022.
Held at the Midland Hotel in Manchester, the TCS&D Awards recognises individuals and companies achievements within the Cold Chain sector, where over 400 industry colleagues were in attendance.
“We are delighted to win the TCS&D MHE Provider of the Year Award,” says UniCarriers UK National Sales Manager, Mark Wakeman. “At UniCarriers we are committed to delivering high-quality, state-of-the-art equipment, whilst providing a range of modifications to optimise truck performance in frozen & chilled stores, meaning our customers can focus on the job, instead of concerns about equipment and staff’.
As the UK’s active and growing forklift provider for frozen and chilled operations, UniCarriers offers a full range of forklift trucks optimised for use in temperature-controlled areas. The state-of-the-art heated cold store cabins, high-capacity batteries, quality steel, and leading ergonomic design, combine for optimum performance. Of course, the truck is not the only TCS&D star – UniCarriers solutions and levels of service not only meets, but also exceeds customer expectations.
Frozen & chilled stores are an essential part of the modern logistics chain, but they are also expensive to run and challenging to operate. UniCarriers works closely with its customers to find the right equipment to improve the efficiency of their operations and remains alongside them every step of the way. It’s not just business, it’s about building relationships. This TCS&D Award is a fantastic acknowledgement of the work carried out every day by UniCarriers expert sales, and service teams.
“UniCarriers’ focus will always be on providing the best frozen and chilled solution for each and every customer,” says Wakeman. “Whichever contract or short-term hire option our customers choose, they find that what really sets UniCarriers apart is our dedication to providing excellent bespoke equipment, solutions, and service throughout the relationship.”