April 13, 2024
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Roger Warnes become Premiership Partner for 2024

Roger Warnes become Premiership Partner for 2024

NORFOLK based haulage firm Roger Warnes Transport have become a Premiership Partner for the 2024 season.

The family-owned business was established nearly 50 years ago and now comprises a fleet of 108 vehicles which operate nationally and internationally, to deliver quality bulk haulage and storage solutions which align with customer requirements.

Their head office is in Great Dunham, with additional operating centres in King’s Lynn, Wolverhampton and Lincoln. The fleet consists of articulated STAS tipping trailers, rigid tippers and articulated moving floor vehicles.

The firm is highly experienced in the agricultural sector and transport thousands of tonnes of grain, sugar beet and associated by-products, in addition to bulk and palletised storage.

They also specialise in the distribution of aggregates across the UK, and they enjoy ‘preferred haulier’ status to the largest mineral supplier in the world today.

Roger Warnes Transport are long-time backers of the sport as current partners of the Great Britain team, as well as being previous title sponsors of King’s Lynn Speedway.

Managing Director Roger Warnes said: “Customer service is key to our success, we keep things simple and consistently do what we say we’re going to do!

“Just like GB Speedway, we recognise the need to invest in the future, continually providing opportunities for the next generation of transport professionals.

“It’s been great to be part of the success story of the GB Speedway Team, and our business has taken lessons from them when can be transferred into every business relationship.

“Becoming a Premiership Partner is an exciting business promotion opportunity; we’re delighted to be involved with such a thrilling spectacle with new teams joining the league, and we think it will go down to the line with them looking evenly matched.”

For further information, please visit www.rwtuk.com

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