Senior executives from the CILT, FTA, RHA and TfL have joined forces with Transaid to organise a charity bike ride from London to Paris.
The team of 25 Cycle Madagascar challengers from across the UK transport and logistics industry is preparing for the fundraising challenge of a lifetime, cycling more than 450km across Madagascar, in aid of international development charity Transaid
Transaid has won a World Bank technical assistance contract to improve road safety on the East African Trade Corridor.
The Women In Logistics Summer Ball is on 6th of July 2012 at The Chesford Grange Hotel in the Midlands and will raise funds for Transaid.
Organisers of Transaid’s 500km fundraising cycle ride in Madagascar hope to sign up even more volunteers this month, as people vow to get fit for the New Year.
Transaid is challenging members of the transport and logistics industry to help raise £150,000 by cycling almost 500km through Madagascar and Tachoblog’s here to tell you how you can get involved.
Like cycling? Like Travel? Like a challenge? Want to do some good? Then Cycle Madagascar could be just what you’re looking for says Tachoblog.
As part of their continuing support for Transaid. Bibby Distribution recently played host to two driving trainers from Zambia.
This was part of a skills transfer programme aimed at improving road transport safety standards in the African nation.
The team of transport industry professionals that trekked 60km in Ethiopia to raise money for international development charity Transaid have recturned to the UK.
The group, which included representatives from Wincanton, Virgin Atlantic Cargo, Global Freight Solutions, Ann Summers, Acumen Logistics, Clare Bottle Ltd and Euro RSCG Worldwide put in five gruelling nine-hour days for the charity, which uses sustainable transport systems to improve and save lives in Africa.
Tachoblog is sad to learn that after seven years as Transaid’s Chief Executive, Chris Saunders OBE will be retiring from the post this year.