Celebrating a half century in quite an achievement for a transport operator.

Thankfully, Miniclipper Logistics has reached this milestone in style. 

Furthermore, it is looking to the future with a new distribution centre and rebranding.

For example, the company has given its entire 40-strong truck fleet new livery.

More importantly, the new 4.5-acre centre in Dunstable will act as a new base for the company.

In addition, it is double the size of the old site, which means there is plenty of room to expand.

Miniclipper Logistics is located close to junction 11 of the M1. 

Therefore, it occupies a prime location between London and Birmingham. 

As a result, the company’s fleet have quick and easy access to the UK’s major motorways.

Also, drivers can reach over 90% of the UK population in four hours.

Peter Masters, managing director Miniclipper Logistics, was quick to praise the company’s half century. 

“As a family business marking our 50th anniversary year is of major importance,” he said. 

“Our new site in Dunstable means that we can now offer our established customer base 450,000ft2 of storage.” 

Furthermore, there are over 38,000 pallet spaces across the company’s five sites.

Meanwhile, Masters highlighted the importance of the new livery.

“The rebranding of our entire fleet needs to portray our modern, fresh and eye-catching business ethos.

“We have a longstanding and trusting relationship with MAN Trucks and local dealership John Arnold Commercials. 

“And we’re delighted with the outcome of the rebrand and how good the vehicles look in their new livery.”

Miniclipper Logistics fleet includes MAN TGL, TGM and TGX models.

Therefore, the company can provide a varied fleet of 7.5-, 12-, 18- and 44-tonne trucks. 

Each vehicle is tracked and monitored by telematics and route optimisation software systems.

A happy half century for Miniclipper Logistics