PCL are proud to be associated with the following organisations
TyreSafe is a not for profit, non commercial organisation set up to promote tyre safety and raise the awareness of the dangers of driving on defective or badly worn tyres.
Illegal or worn tyres are a contributory factor in many road collisions, particularly in the wet and 12% of cars and vans on UK roads have at least one tyre below the 1.6mm legal minimum tread depth. TyreSafe campaigns for good tyre husbandry – look after your tyres and your tyres will look after you.Visit the Tyresafe website
Made In Sheffield
Sheffield has a proud history of manufacturing products with a cutting edge, and The Made in Sheffield Mark is a symbol of the city's ongoing commitment to quality and excellence.
Those eligible to carry the Mark must be located in the Sheffield post code area and be able to demonstrate their dedication to producing high quality products.Visit the Made In Sheffield website
recycle-more.co.uk is the one-stop recycling information centre for help and advice on all aspects of recycling.
With companies now recognising the environmental and business benefits of Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR), recycle-more aims to highlight some of the ways in which organisations can help to minimise their impact on the environment.Visit the Recycle More website
British Compressed Air Society (BCAS)
The British Compressed Air Society was founded in 1930 at the instigation of the British Government for the benefit of manufacturers, distributors and end users of compressed air products and services.
The society and its members aim to: promote the use of safe and reliable power: improve services offered to industry; encourage and help members to develop their professional competence; and use collective industry experience to improve business conduct for all.Visit the BCAS website
National Tyre Distributors Association (NTDA)
The National Tyre Distributors Association (DTDA) founded in 1930, the NTDA is a strongly proactive trade association representing and promoting the interests of the tyre wholesale, distribution and retail sectors of the automotive aftermarket industry.
The society and its members work together in developing and adhering to industry standards and best practice, promoting both business and technical excellence, training professionals for the future and
providing reassurance to your customers.
The Federation of Petroleum Suppliers Limited (FPS) is the trade association for the heating oil distribution industry and ancillary interests in the UK and the Republic of Ireland.
It provides members with a collective voice for the industry at national level, services to assist members in optimising their business efficiencies including depot audits, certification schemes, tanker driver training.Visit the UKIFDA website
The Petroleum Equipment Institute is a non-for-profit trade association whose members manufacture, distribute and service petroleum marketing and liquid handling equipment.
Founded in 1951, PEI represents more than 1,600 member companies in all 50 states and more than 80 countries. PEI is committed to promoting the value of distributor services and improving the business relationships and practices of its members.Visit the PEI website