Logistics UK Van Excellence Accreditation Awarded To Venson For The Sixth Consecutive Year

Best practice and fleet safety recognised for its van operations

Once again, Venson Automotive Solutions has passed the requirements for the Logistics UK Van Excellence scheme, making it the sixth consecutive year it has been awarded the accreditation.

Managed by Logistics UK, the Van Excellence scheme is designed by some of the UK’s most respected van operators in the UK and recognises excellence in operational standards. The Van Excellence Code sits at the heart of this certificate, offering fleet operators’ guidance in van operations.

Venson was examined by auditors from Logistics UK on its procedures for managing its in-house commercial fleet, including driver checks and vehicle record checks. Yet again, Venson met the standards of operation laid out by the code and adhered to the best practice framework.

Now more than ever, organisations need to encourage positive van driver behaviour and performance, enhancing the reputation of the company and improving standards across the industry.

Sharon MitchellJoint Head of Consulting & StandardsLogistics UK, comments, “Venson has proved it is committed to operating its fleet to the highest standards of safety, efficiency and sustainability; we are honoured to recognise the company’s achievements and award it with a Van Excellence certification for the sixth year running. The team’s compliance should be viewed as the benchmark for all fleet operators and we look forward to continuing to work with them on their ongoing journey to maintaining excellence.”

“Itis great news to have retained the annual Van Excellence certification for another year,” explains Samantha Roff, Managing Director of Venson Automotive Solutions. “Even with Covid-19 restrictions in place, everyone from Venson who took part in undertaking the measures needed to keep the certification clearly demonstrated their knowledge and commitment to the scheme. Thanks to the efforts of our dedicated team, in what has been a very tough year, we continue to be recognised as an example of best practice.”