Case Study: Bidvest Logistics

| July 29, 2015

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Learn how Bidvest Logistics have engaged drivers through the use of mobile technology.Example of inappropriate and disallowed unloading on Mill Road, Cambridge. Bidvest Logistics parked their vehicle in the middle of Mill Road for 20 minutes, brazenly delaying queueing traffic throughout. Operatives, acting rudely and with impunity, carried on, saying that the company would just pay the fine. As it happens, a traffic warden was passing and ticketed the vehicle, but this example shows this is basically useless when a company acts so brazenly.

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