Social Impact

The transport industry is a heavy user of energy and at Challenge-trg Group we work hard to reduce our environmental impact by adopting a planned and systematic approach to sustainable logistics. We place high emphasis on reducing direct carbon emissions from our vehicles and also carbon offsetting by ensuring our premises and travel are as environmentally friendly as possible. Our responsible initiatives include…

Pandemic Pizzaria!

Our COO Richard Cropper and his family did their bit to raise money for the NHS, by setting up their very own pizza service for their local community. Richard, who’s wife is working in the Red Zone in COVID-19 treatment raised an amazing £500 from his home-made pizzas.

Bike-to-work scheme

By supporting our employees with money towards bikes and accessories we have seen a reduction in the number of car journeys and a fitter and more energised workforce.

Tom’s Channel crossing

Our CEO Tom Cropper took to the water alongside James Stephenson and swam the daunting 22 miles across the world’s busiest shipping lane – dodging jellyfish and ferries – to raise £130k for disability charity Caudwell Children and the RNLI. “Wow, that was tough! But exhilarating… and all for a good cause” said Tom.

Reducing idle time

We are proud of our ‘world-class driver’ training. A gold standard mark of driving excellence. This includes embedding awareness of the environmental impact of good vehicle management – drastically decreasing idle time through the fleet.

Supporting local foodbanks

Our teams regularly support the valuable work of foodbanks in local communities. Here Stevan and Hannah prepare a donation from Head Office in Wigan.

27001 Accredited

ISO 27001 is the international standard that defines the requirements of an information security management system – the set of policies, procedures, processes and systems that manage information risks, such as cyber attacks and data leaks. This best-practice accreditation is an acknowledgement of how we manage information security by addressing people and processes, as well as technology.

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