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New employees for Keighley VW camper van parts company Kiravans

Keighley-based online VW camper van parts retailer Kiravans has announced two new employees as the company looks to expand its range of products. Samantha Ettenfield joins the business as a purchasing controller, and Skye Taylor as an e-commerce customer services apprentice. Thirty-two-year-old Samantha lives in a Steeton and will ensure that stock

Serial entrepreneur hosts 20th Peking to Paris rally reunion at Bowcliffe Hall

Rally enthusiast and serial entrepreneur, Jonathan Turner, CEO of the Bayford Group, has hosted a nostalgic 20th Peking to Paris rally reunion at Bowcliffe Hall attended by participants from across the globe. One hundred drivers from the historic 11,000 mile road race converged on Bowcliffe Hall from as far afield as

Candlelighters benefit from vehicle livery

Residents throughout Leeds will soon be able to donate to Candlelighters, the local children’s cancer charity, via text messaging, thanks to Associated Waste Management’s vehicles displaying details of the charity’s text to donate number. This is one of a number of initiatives the company have organised to support Candlelighters, the Yorkshire

Faithful+Gould on the right track with High Speed Rail college

Integrated project and programme management consultancy Faithful+Gould signalled the opening of Doncaster’s new National College for High Speed Rail with the handover of the keys to the college’s chief executive Clair Mowbray. Faithful+Gould’s Leeds office was appointed in August 2015 by Doncaster Metropolitan Borough Council to provide project and commercial management

Transport to come under spotlight at business meeting

The transport challenges facing local businesses will be debated at the next meeting of Harrogate District Chamber of Commerce. The event comes as authorities across Yorkshire strive to ensure vital upgrades to local and regional networks are carried out, in the face of a growing imbalance of investment compared to London. Leeds

Cloth Hall Court hosts crucial Cross Rail North summit

Business leaders and political figureheads joined together yesterday for a special Transport Summit at Leeds Beckett University’s Cloth Hall Court, managed by Well Met Conferencing. The meeting was called following the announcement from Secretary of State for Transport, Chris Grayling, to scrap the proposed plan for investment in Cross Rail North. With

Yorkshire vehicle hire firm continues Giant partnership

Yorkshire’s largest independently owned vehicle-hire firm has committed to supporting Huddersfield Giants for a tenth year. Arrow Self Drive has supplied the Huddersfield Giants with a VolksWagen Transporter to use as the team’s official kit van. Arrow Self Drive is long standing partners of the Giants and are 2017 kit sponsors, as well

Sabre cuts swathe into top 1000 to watch

Cleckheaton based worldwide logistics enterprise, Sabre Ocean Solutions, has advanced its position to become highlighted by the London Stock Exchange Group as one of the 1000 Companies to Inspire Britain. The report published this summer is a celebration of the UK’s fastest-growing and most dynamic small and medium sized businesses across

Batley based haulage and storage companies bought out of administration

Batley-based haulage solutions and storage companies have been acquired out of administration securing all 15 jobs.  Charles Brook and Allan Cadman, insolvency practitioner partners at Poppleton & Appleby were appointed as the joint administrators of both companies on August 10. CIS Industrial Ltd and CIS Industrial Hire & Sales Ltd, both family

Sabre cuts swathe into top 1000 to watch

Cleckheaton based worldwide logistics enterprise, Sabre Ocean Solutions, has advanced its position to become highlighted by the London Stock Exchange Group as one of the 1000 Companies to Inspire Britain. The report published this summer is a celebration of the UK’s fastest-growing and most dynamic small and medium sized businesses across

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