The revised summer 2022 edition of Tiger Trailers’ book is here
Following the publication of Tiger Trailers’ orange-covered book last year, the revised and updated edition for summer 2022 is now here, distinguishable by its white cover. This latest version of Tiger’s corporate publication is introduced by Ed Booth, who was appointed as managing director in 2021.
Prominently featured in new opening spreads are Tiger Trailers’ corporate social responsibility (CSR), environmental, social and governance (ESG), internal communications and employee engagement activities, which have significantly increased over the last year, from the launch of the manufacturer’s internal magazine ‘tigertogether’ and the introduction of new benefits including free fruit and the installation of rapid car chargers for its growing EV fleet, to its active involvement with Cheshire charities.
The introduction and success of the Tiger Safety Team is also documented, which over the last twelve months has taught vital road safety lessons to over 700 children in several local schools, resulting in Alison Cartwright being nominated for the Kevin Storey Award for Outstanding Commitment to Road Safety held by road safety charity Brake through its Global Fleet Champions programme.
Various new customer contracts are also featured throughout Tiger’s new, white brochure, from A1 Transport, W.S. Dennison, Mulgrew and Virginia International Logistics from Ireland, to the coachbuilder’s refrigerated trailers for supermarket chain Iceland, the box van trailers it made in record lead time for Primark, and its recent production of 32 advanced moving double deck trailers for retailer Very (Shop Direct Group). Many other newcomers to Tiger’s fast-growing customerbase are also depicted throughout the book.
A Meet #TeamTiger page is also included, as are references to the manufacturer’s new Tiger Parts division, its associations with the Cheshire Community Foundation and Veterans Into Logistics, and the company’s exciting new coachbuilding apprenticeship in partnership with Heritage Skills Academy.