DBL Logistics London are an accredited delivery service - The Fleet Operator Recognition Scheme.

DBL Logistics London are registered and newly accredited with Silver FORS less than 12 months after obtaining FORS Bronze, and are fully CROSSRAIL compliant, as well as being a CLOCS champion!  

These are schemes that encourage sustainable best practice for road freight operators who deliver in and service London, however this has quickly gained momentum and it is soon to extend to both Leeds & Newcastle and given time looks set to change the face of haulage within the construction industry.

FORS promotes safe working practices, legal compliance and safety of road freight operations in London and service London and in turn demonstrates which operators are achieving exemplary levels of best practice in safety, efficiency and environmental protection.

Deeply committed to the safety not only of its own drivers and staff, DBL Logistics London takes the safety of other drivers, cyclists and pedestrians on the road very seriously. Operations Director of DBL Logistics London, Adam Boyd (TechIOSH), takes vehicle safety very seriously. He and his team have installed high tech safety equipment across this fleet backed up by thorough training of delivery staff who are involved in the delivery operations. Additional features include advanced telematics and real time vehicle monitoring, including forward facing cameras, vehicle side scanning equipment & constant monitoring tools to help lower the road risk caused during the course of delivery. DBL Logistics London has greatly invested into the future of haulage from our Operations Director gaining NEBOSH Health & Safety qualifications to the business continuing to gain various haulage based accreditations meaning we can complete almost all accredited deliveries.   

“We are pleased to announce that we are Silver compliant and are working towards Gold Standards.  As a FORS Silver level fleet operator, DBL Logistics London demonstrates adherence to the highest operating standards in the industry.  Part of the scheme relies on the good working practices of our drivers and all drivers and operators also need to complete SUD Training - Safe Urban Driving”