Designed. Tested. Proven.
With more than 45 years serving the logistics industry, we have amassed a wealth of expertise and experience in the unique health, safety and wellbeing demands of its varied subsidiary sectors. As a supplier with a proven track record that can cater for all their employee, visitor and site safety needs, it is no surprise that we already work with some of the biggest names in the parcel courier sector, including DPD, Hermes, Parcelforce, Royal Mail and Yodel. Feedback from these customers shows they value our ability to deliver high quality, durable products that reduce injuries while making it easier to get the job done, as well as our solutions to help them manage their safety spend.
Working in a dynamic, fast-moving sector, we know turn-around times are a key consideration for logistics professionals sourcing suppliers. As a long-standing supplier to the industry, we always ensure we keep a large stock of our products so customers' safety is never compromised by a lack of provision. What’s more, we work with our clients to agree product range and stock levels for next-day delivery, even in peak periods.
All too often, we see drivers and warehouse operatives wearing unsuitable safety footwear or - worse - not wearing it at all. Choosing a lower-priced product usually means compromising in other areas, such as comfort or longevity, and in the most extreme cases can contribute to non-adherence to health and safety protocols.
At iSB Group we approach product selection by looking at lifetime costs, ensuring customers benefit from best value solutions that meet all their needs. This approach has saved some of our clients many thousands of pounds, while improving the wellbeing of their workforce.
Feedback from our existing parcel courier clients suggests one of the things they value most about working with iSB Group is the ability to source everything they need through a single supplier that delivers high quality, durable products every time. From safety footwear, to hi-vis clothing, hand protection, branded workwear, site safety equipment and signage, we offer a full range of tried-and-tested products that are proven to reduce the risk of accidents and injuries, improve staff wellbeing and increase productivity.
All our products represent the very best of what is available in the marketplace.
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Managing rogue expenditure can be a headache for businesses at the best of times, but is particularly challenging during busy times and in the logistics industry, where operations may be spread over multiple locations.
Our powerful, online order management tool, Control-iT, offers customers their own branded web portal with a bespoke catalogue of pre-approved products specific to their business needs from which employees can place orders quickly and easily 24/7. Ensure compliance and increase uniformity by consolidating all your supply in one place.
The portal allows employers to track and control spend across multiple depots or site locations, view stock levels, consolidate invoices, and create tiered logins controlling who can order what, how much they can order, and how often.
“Great supplier. I highly recommend cooperation with iSB Group. Always meet our expectations.”
“iSB have always gone that extra mile to ensure we have excellent service from them. Fantastic service, I have never been let down.”
The number of packages delivered in the UK during the financial year 2019/20, 209 million more than the previous year.
The average number of parcels a courier might expect to deliver in a day, rising closer to 200 during the busiest times of the year.
The UK parcel delivery sector is booming. The growth of e-commerce and a sharp increase in demand for home delivery during a global pandemic means there are more drivers on the roads delivering parcels now than ever before.
Unfortunately, the nature of the job means these drivers are vulnerable to injuries, either from slips, trips or falls while getting out of the van or navigating the terrain on the way to someone’s door, or simply from the cumulative effect of the repeated action of pressing on pedals while driving to and from different addresses.
From repetitive strain injuries to sprained or twisted ankles, torn ligaments, and even bone fractures, these injuries may lead to failed deliveries, resulting in loss of brand reputation and potential fines from the original sender.