Burcombe’s smart new Volvo has had plenty of positive comments and compliments after its first trip to the TPN Hub last night. It’s the first FM500 tractor unit with dual clutch gearbox in the UK and will be a valuable addition to the fleet.
Burcombe Haulage are delighted to support Millie-Rose of Exeter College Women’s Rugby Academy on the team’s tour of Toronto.
The once in a lifetime experience will include three fixtures against Canadian teams and excursions of the sights to make it a truly memorable trip for the whole squad. Have a brilliant time team!
Congratulations to Burcombe’s Will Gouge who passed his CPC MOD4 Exam last week. Well done Will!
Burcombe feature in the latest issue of Mercedes-Benz Transport magazine, with a focus on our 8×4 Arocs ENAs which are used at Burcombe and at our sister company B&C Concrete.
These trucks have impressive manoeuvrability and significantly improved turning circles which are ideal for the narrow lanes of the South West.
Delighted to be working with Burts Chips; Burcombe’s Stuart Wilkie with Burts’ Stuart Watkins and the first trailer bulk load delivery of locally sourced potatoes to be made into their famous potato chips.
Thanks to everyone who popped along to Friday’s social, in true British summer style it wasn’t quite BBQ weather but it did at least stay dry – and we had good food and music!
Next social for your diaries will be Saturday 15th September – more details to follow.
Congratulations to Tim Young who passed his full artic (C+E) category licence today, after training with Burcombe support. Well done Tim!
It was a warm morning for the annual health and safety training session in the Burcombe yard at the weekend. Groups of drivers attended refresher workshops on tipper, sweeper and mixer maintenance and updates, company news and annual checks, as well as a fire safety demonstration by Phoenix Fire Consultancy.
The morning was fuelled by Helluva pasties and was a successful and beneficial morning for all!
Burcombe Haulage have been successful in obtaining additional accreditations in health and safety. Completing the Contractor and Non-Construction SMAS SSIP accreditation for 2018/19 as well as the health and safety accreditation for the CQMS Safety Scheme, puts the company not only up to date with regulations but also enables the opportunity for further tender contracts in future.
After being on display at The Royal Cornwall Show two weeks ago, the six wheeler Callycombe Aggregates got down to business today – first day on the road and working out of Callywith Quarry.