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Together, they have worked with customers


from small companies with two or three fork lifts up to the likes of the UK Border Force, Camelot Group and local drinks manufacturer Alpro. One of Alpro’s employees, trained by Pegasus – won Fork Lift Driver of the Year at last year’s Northamptonshire Logistics Forum Awards. Pegasus has recently become the new Midlands


distributor for internationally used SpaceVac, a high-level vacuum cleaning system that helps con- trol dust build-up in workplaces and which can be operated by just one person at ground level. Te collaboration with SpaceVac International allows Pegasus to offer the sale or rental of equipment, as well as the cleaning of areas up to 14 metres high - particularly helpful to organisations adhering to strict hygiene guidelines and addressing their dust implications. Tis is added to our ability to deliver a high quality service on top of the various training we already do. When lockdown was imposed, Pegasus


found ways to continue providing help and assistance and as enquiries grew significantly during the pandemic from suppliers and logistics


companies desperate to get people trained to use fork lifts, Pegasus’ friendly approach has paid off, with some of the firm’s competitors offering the services of their own experienced trainers to help meet the demand. Dawn Girardi said: “When lockdown was first introduced it was


a difficult time for everyone. Some trainers didn’t want to go out on site, others felt that sites weren’t safe enough, but as time has gone on, measures have improved and we all understand a little better how to cope with distancing, so it’s safer for everyone. “Tat means we can go in and offer training in companies where


their workload has increased because of the additional demands on the logistics sector. Tat was great for us, to keep the company run- ning near to normal, but the most pleasant surprise was when we had competitors of ours calling us to offer trainers to help deal with the extra demand. “Tese are people we’ve known for many years, but at the end of the


day they are our competitors, so for everyone to be helping everyone else is so nice to see. Hopefully, we’re beginning to see things getting back to normal, but I think we will always look back and remember how we all looked out for one another for the benefit of the people out there who need our services.”


To find out more about Pegasus Lift Truck Training visit www.pegasuslifttrucktraining.co.uk or call 07736 248071 or 07801 631699.


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