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Good management keeps firm on course

PUBLISHED: 18:31 02 September 2008 | UPDATED: 21:12 07 July 2010

DISTRIBUTION and storage company R&P Distribution Limited is the latest winner of the Moving Thetford Forward business award.

Judge Carol Touchin, local business manager for Barclays, praised directors Ron Hunt, Philippa Walker and Mark Giles who had

overseen steady growth over the past few years.

DISTRIBUTION and storage company R&P Distribution Limited is the latest winner of the Moving Thetford Forward business award.

Judge Carol Touchin, local business manager for Barclays, praised directors Ron Hunt, Philippa Walker and Mark Giles who had

overseen steady growth over the past few years.

She said good management skills were key to this success. In the present challenging environment, keeping track of financial cashflow on a weekly/monthly basis and being aware of profitability with early warning systems in place to identify what affects it, were critical to a successful business.

R&P Distribution is in Rutherford Way, on the Fison Way Industrial Estate, Thetford.

Offering a range of guaranteed same day, overnight and international delivery services 24 hours a day 365 days a year, services include specialised loads, car transportation, urgent medical goods, full European coverage, a secure alarmed building with racked and free standing storage. R&P Distribution has a large fleet of vehicles from small vans to 18-ton lorries, which include freezer units, flat beds and car trailers.

The firm is a fully ISO 9001: 2000 certificated member of both the Road Haulage Association and the Warehousing Association.

Contact by telephone on 01842 752811 / 01842 755111. Fax 01842 761313.

Mobile 07973 198693/07973 198733.

Web: www.rpdistribution.co.uk

Email: info@rpdistribution.co.uk

Businesses in Thetford can contact Carol Touchin on 01842 726224.


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