Corporate & Social Responsibility

Loros

The Premier Logistics Group believe that corporate responsibility is not only about the good management of our business, but also about building excellent and responsive long term relationships with all of our stakeholders, whether customers, employees or suppliers.

Corporate

The Premier Logistics Group believe that corporate responsibility is not only about the good management of our business, but also about building excellent and responsive long term relationships with all of our stakeholders, whether customers, employees or suppliers.

We have a strong code of ethics which is built into the fabric of the company, and which underpins all of our business practices; business conduct; employees; health and safety; environment; community; customers; and suppliers. And it’s something we believe our customers value.

We believe that our suppliers are committed to providing a fair and safe environment for their workers as we are and this is a major consideration in our supplier selection process. We work with suppliers from all over the UK and we see them as our trusted partners. Our procurement personnel visit supplier facilities to ensure our rigorous standards are maintained. We have procedures in place to ensure that workplace standards, health and safety, fair pay and fair employment conditions are met.

All of our service offerings are accredited (or working towards accreditation) for Health & Safety, Quality & Environmental codes. Our Pallet network offering is the only network in the UK that is ISO:9001 compliant.

We’re proud of our commitment to CSR, and we believe strongly in integrity as one of Premier’s core values.

Premier Logistics reception
Premier Logistics building

Social

Premier Logistics are committed to assisting with local charitable causes. We have given recent support to LOROS, Rainbows Children’s Hospice & Little Miracles to name but a few.

Lee Christopher, Premier Logistics owner & MD has always believed passionately in supporting worthy causes and helping with local community projects. Lee presented a cheque to LOROS from our 20p per pallet scheme (main picture). We also participated in a charity cycle ride from Cannock to Aberystwyth raising over £5K for this national children’s Hospice based in Leicestershire (pictured above).