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Norse transport team gains workshop accreditation

16:04 10 January 2013

Norse’ transport division has been awarded Institute of Road Transport Engineers (IRTE) Workshop Accreditation.

Norse’ transport division has been awarded Institute of Road Transport Engineers (IRTE) Workshop Accreditation.

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Norse’s transport division has been awarded Institute of Road Transport Engineers (IRTE) Workshop Accreditation.

In addition to its own fleet of 400 vehicles managed from its Norwich office, the EDP Top 100 firm also carries out work for third party operators such as Norfolk County Council libraries department and Norwich Cathedral School.

Norse fleet manager John Mellor said: “IRTE workshop accreditation is seen as the quality and service level to aspire to.

“This award is a credit to Norse, for the company’s investment in the workshop premises, equipment and training, and to all the workshop staff and fitters.”

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