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GLH at Fifty take silver C from Institute of Couriers

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Steve Purkis takes dept shield of the fifty years for City of London Office GLH Steve Purkis takes dept shield of the fifty years for City of London Office GLH

Fifty year birthday for GLH in gala North London celebration. Staff awards recognised top van driver, call sign T44, Nahom Kahsay and bike V03 Paul Young as best of the best in road fleet while Steve Purkis for City Office took dept of the year and Louise Murray received the John Scott memorial shield.

IoC chairman Carl Lomas was on hand to dish out one more award. Tracey Worth presented a National Courier Awards silver C, marked fifty years for the GLH family. Rob Scott, second-generation Fellow of the Institute received the award from a line of IOC Fellows. Rob delivered a passionate speech about the first fifty years and looked to the future with vision of modern technology, new computers, a new head office at Ringway London N11 and a sneak preview of the future branding, ‘Our couriers ensure your delivery, we are time redeemers.’ The celebrations of the first fifty years were family together for the independent London firm in its first half-century.

 

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