We are delighted to have some of the most experienced and passionate, transport and logistics professionals joining us as trustees.
Caroline Barber, Transaid’s Acting Chief Executive
It’s a privilege to be involved with an organisation which implements truly life-changing solutions in developing countries.
Sir Peter Hendy CBE, Commissioner of Transport for London
Uganda has one of the highest road crash death rates in Africa, so projects like the PDTP are vital to increase education and awareness surrounding road safety which ultimately saves lives.
Neil Rettie, Project Manager for Road Safety, Transaid
Our company slogan is ‘practical solutions, successful partnerships’ and by working with Transaid we very much hope to put this into practice to help the charity achieve its goals.
Andrew Malcolm, Chief Executive, The Malcolm Group
We are proud to become members and look forward to supporting Transaid in its work, adding our own expertise wherever we can.
Colin Brader, Managing Director, Integrated Transport Planning
In making today’s announcement we’re putting our shoulder to the wheel and declaring our commitment to making a real difference to Transaid’s projects,
Graham Inglis, Chief Executive Officer, DHL Supply Chain Europe.
The challengers are extremely excited and raring to get going on their challenging trip. They’ve been working flat-out to train and meet their fundraising objectives.
Aggie Krasnolucka-Hickman, Transaid Events Manager
This project represents everything which Transaid stands for: increasing the capacity of the transport and logistics sector to operate effectively, efficiently and safely.
Gary Forster, Chief Executive, Transaid
The work at the roadside was a massive eye-opener for me; it reinforced the importance of Transaid’s Professional Driver Training Project and the vital need to raise vehicle maintenance standards to help improve road safety.
Wyn Skyrme, an engineer from the Freight Transport Association