Started up by Keith Churchhouse and Nick Guyton, PPF says it places up to 2,000 drivers a week with customers such as Tesco and Morrisons. With 17 offices in Britain, it aims to finalise a large network of drivers by opening additional offices in Gloucester, Hull and Peterborough. To cut carbon-dioxide emissions, each driver will undertake fuel-efficiency training every year. Sales at the Luton firm grew 48% a year, from £12.7m in 2006 to £40.9m in 2009.
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