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MQP raise 5 k for charity


MQP staff raised an amazing £5k in just one night at a staff function in aid of the company's nominated charity, Rainbows Hospice. 

Rainbows Hospice is the only East Midland Hospice for children and young people and MQP has supported the charity since 2007 with a range of fundraising activities. 

Kate Golding, Head of Organisational Giving at the Hospice said: "We are so thrilled to receive this fantastic donation from MQP. The generosity and hard work from everyone involved is greatly appreciated and will help to make a difference to all of our children and young people who rely on Rainbows." 

06 June 2017

MQP praised for customer service


MQP's Kerry Nicholson, Order Co-ordinator at the company's HQ in Whitwick, received a bunch of flowers from a customer in recognition of her outstanding client service. John Gilday, Purchasing Manger at Serfis was in need of asphalt for a job very quickly. John commented:  "Kerry pulled out all the stops late on Friday night to ensure that we had delivery with little notice.  We were very happy with Kerry's project management ensuring a smooth delivery.  MQP has always been good but this service was second to none." 

15 May 2017

MQP prevents Motorway chaos

An MQP Franchisee Driver saved the day for thousands of motorists last week when an escaped dog was causing havoc on the M5 bringing traffic to a standstill.

Peter Wright, lorry driver at Jay Nicklin Haulage , saved the day by catching the escaped pooch after it had brought gridlock and misery on the motorway for over an hour.

Police stopped traffic on the M5 whilst they attempted to catch the dog around West Bromwich. 

Luckily for everyone, sharp eyed Peter, from Ludlow, spotted the canine near his parked lorry between junctions 1 and 2. 

Peter said:   “As I got on the motorway, signs were saying that there were animals on the loose.  I was expecting it to be horses or something but then I spotted a dog near my lorry.  I got out and managed to find a lead and tied it around the dog’s neck. He was quick a big dog, similar to an Alsatian and I managed to stand with him by the side of the motorway until the patrol van arrived. He was very friendly but tired from running.”

Highways England praised Peter's quick actions in saving the dog and allowing thousands to continue their journey. 

02 May 2017

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