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On the 17th of March, Steve Rushton, former general manager of Crown Couriers Limited has been appointed as company director – to support the rapid expansion of the Tamworth-based logistics company. To reinforce the evolution of Crown Couriers, the business has continued to expand upon its services to greater adapt to the demand of their wide client portfolio.
Founder of Crown Couriers Tim Seagers comments,
“We’re delighted to announce Steve’s appointment as company director. Despite the challenges triggered by the pandemic – the company has continued to grow and has ambitious plans to expand further. Steve brings with him a wealth of experience in the logistics industry and will be an invaluable contributor to the success of the company’s strategy going forward.”
Providing greater depth and assistance on the A to B journey, to deliver bespoke logistical solutions is at the forefront of Crown’s priorities – alongside ambitious future projects to support more self-employed driver-sole-traders and SMEs. Crown ensures that drivers of all levels of availability can join the Crown crew; offering flexible driver opportunities that sole-traders can collect to formulate their own work schedule to their convenience.
Steve Rushton, newly appointed company Director comments,
“We aim make our drivers feel valued and integral by embracing a positive work culture that promotes work life balance”.
Outside of their driver partnership scheme, Crown promotes an “open, honest and transparent” workplace environment, not exclusive to Crown’s Tamworth Head Quarters, but also for their new London branch based in Heathrow. Steve comments that “autocratic companies are breeding grounds for stressful workplaces, which is why we actively promote an inclusive and engaging environment to motivate and maximise employee potential.”
With their mission being, “to be the market leader in providing bespoke logistical solutions across all industries – by setting the standard and exceeding customer expectations, through investing in IT and people”, Crown adopts a people-centric approach. Nurturing the businesses internal employees, its network of sole-trader-drivers and their client-base, to continue delivering exceptional logistical services, is at the heart and soul of the company’s precedence.