Derby County are delighted to extend their partnership with ATL for the rest of the 2018/19 season.
ATL is a national logistic service provider with roots going back 60 years. It operates across 1.1 million square feet of warehousing, much of which is high-bay, located at its Head Office in Foston and in Carlisle.
ATL’s fleet includes 74 commercial vehicles and 120 trailers to provide all logistic solutions. ATL is also a shareholder member of the national Palletline network, with depots in Foston and Carlisle.
Derby County duo Craig Bryson and Scott Carson joined representatives from ATL for a photo opportunity outside its new Midlands Hub in Foston, which was officially opened on 6th September 2018.
With ATL’s 25-acre freehold site strategically-placed on the A50, it aims to develop into a key logistics hub in the heart of the country.
ATL has been a partner of the club for several years and the agreement sees the Derbyshire Company continue as the matchball delivery sponsor and its logo will continue to adorn the matchday teamsheet.
The Palletline team at ATL’s Foston headquarters are also celebrating exceeding their KPI targets for three months running and are on track to receive a Top Liner Award from the national Palletline network.
Head of Partnerships at Derby County, Ashley Peden, said: “As a football club, we pride ourselves on creating long-standing partnerships and we are delighted ATL have agreed to continue our deal for another year.”
Managing Director at ATL, Jon Ward, said: “We’re proud to be affiliated with a major club in Derbyshire, as well as nationally, and we look forward to continuing our partnership.
“We are also absolutely delighted to be recognised by Palletline for exceeding our KPI targets. We would like to demonstrate to other Palletline members what can be achieved and continue this momentum in order to reach our goal of six consecutive stars and a Top Liner Award.
“It’s fantastic to be recognised for serving businesses across Derbyshire whilst also celebrating our partnership with Derby County.”
To find out more about ATL, visit www.atl.co.uk