John Mitchell Puts Health Heroes To The Fore

AS THE world continues its battle against the Coronavirus, John Mitchell Haulage & Warehousing has come up with a unique way to show its allegiance to the healthcare industry and the charities funding its vital support work.
John Mitchell’s tradition of naming every vehicle stretches back to the 1960s. In past years, different annual naming themes have included 2012 London Olympians, 2014 Ryder Cup Golfers and World War One Victoria Cross recipients. This year, the company has selected the theme of ‘Health Heroes,’ meaning each of its 21 new generation MAN TGX 26.470 tractor units put into service will be named after a healthcare charity. The MANs will be delivered in several planned batches between February and October.
“We aim to raise awareness of the selected charities during the year, who will all have their names and logos displayed on an assigned vehicle,” reported Lynsey Mitchell, business support supervisor at John Mitchell Haulage & Warehousing. In addition, the Grangemouth based firm will be giving a well-deserved cash donation to every one of the 21 organisations featured.

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