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Thetford: Team C Express Logistics wins APC Overnight Depot of the Year title

13:00 31 May 2014

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The Team C Express Logistics team celebrate the firm's APC Overnight Depot of the Year award with comedian and ceremony host Hugh Dennis.

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Team C Express Logistics has been voted Depot of the Year by its industry peers in the annual APC Overnight awards.

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The Thetford-based overnight parcel and pallet delivery specialist has now claimed the title three times in five years after being recognised by 115 other depots in the network.

Team C, which employs 46 people, was presented with the award during a ceremony held at BirmBirmingham’s Hilton Metropole.

After receiving the award from celebrity host Hugh Dennis, Tim Clements, managing director, said: “To be voted best depot by our industry peers is a huge honour and is testament to the hard work and dedication shown by everyone in the company.

“We realise that our reputation relies on every delivery, every day and we are delighted that we have once again put this region firmly on the map”.

APC Overnight chie executive Karl Brown added: “Team C Express Logistics is one of our longest serving depots and they have been providing an exceptional service for a number of years.

“Thanks to a strong belief in on-time delivery and customer service, we fully expect Team C Express Logistics to sustain their success over the coming years.”

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