DHL Tradeteam picks up coveted 'best logistics company' award

By Freddie Pierce
Tradeteam is celebrating winning the ‘Best Logistics Company category at the prestigious Drinks Business awards, held recently at the London Inte...

Tradeteam is celebrating winning the ‘Best Logistics Company’ category at the prestigious Drinks Business awards, held recently at the London International Wine Fair.

Marking a watershed for Tradeteam, the award recognises the company’s highly successful entry into the UK wine logistics market, with the judges’ citation reading: 

“A drinks-specialist offshoot of DHL, Tradeteam has adapted to the changing market by successfully diversifying beyond its core beer business into the wine sector. More importantly, its partnership with Bibendum shows the thorough, professional manner in which it has executed this shift. As one of the judges remarked: ‘Tradeteam has come in during a difficult period, spotted an opportunity and made themselves irreplaceable.”

Collecting the award, Tradeteam’s Managing Director, Gavin Murdoch said: “This award marks the culmination of our work in refocusing the Tradeteam business away from its traditional base of beer deliveries to the wider scope of fine wines. Many people are not aware of what a journey we’ve been on over the last few years but we are now confident in our claim of being a true drinks delivery logistics specialist, in every sense of the word!”.

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