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FORS Accreditation

Debach is happy to announce that we have gained bronze FORS accreditation.

FORS logo

FORS logo

Five key benefits of FORS accreditation

1. STAND OUT FROM THE CROWD

2. IMPROVE YOUR ROAD SAFETY RECORD

 3. REDUCE FUEL CONSUMPTION; INCREASE EFFICIENCY

 4. ENSURE COMPLIANCE

5. GREATER INDUSTRY ‘KNOW HOW’ AND NETWORKING OPPORTUNITIES

Debach

Debach

The Fleet Operator Recognition Scheme (FORS) is a voluntary accreditation scheme for fleet operators which aims to raise the level of quality within fleet operations, and to demonstrate which operators are achieving exemplary levels of best practice in safety, efficiency, and environmental protection.

Becoming a FORS member can bring you the peace of mind that your company is managing its work related road risk (WRRR) – and demonstrates to your customers and supply chain your commitment to exceeding the industry standard.

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Mary Branson’s New Dawn Sculpture

Recently our MD Bee Kemball was kindly invited to lunch at the House of Lords with Baroness Byford. Within the Palace of Westminster Bee took this photo of Mary Branson’s New Dawn Sculpture.

New Dawn

New Dawn

New Dawn is a dynamic glass, metal, and light sculpture and marks 150 years since the philosopher John Stuart Mill presented to Parliament a petition calling for votes for women. This became a turning point for the women’s suffrage movement.

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Happy New Year!!

 Happy New Year from all at Debach Enterprises 

2019

2019

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Merry Christmas 2018!

Everyone at Debach would like to wish you, your family and your colleagues a Merry Christmas and a Happy, Healthy & Prosperous New Year!!!
Merry Christmas!

Merry Christmas!

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Christmas Jumper Day 2018 🎅

Office Staff

Office Staff

 On Friday 14th December Debach Enterprises took part in Christmas Jumper Day within our office and warehouses, raising money for Save the Children

Warehouse Staff Xmas Jumper

Warehouse Staff Xmas Jumper

 

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Secret Santa 2018

Our Ipswich Office Christmas Tree

Our Ipswich Office Christmas Tree

Our Ipswich Office has been getting in to the Christmas Spirit with Secret Santa around our Ipswich Office Christmas Tree

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Christmas and New Year 2018 Opening Times

The festive season is once again fast approaching!

We’ll still be operating for a large part of the Christmas period as per our opening hours below:-

 

Christmas 2018

Christmas 2018

 

If you require any further information, please do not hesitate to contact either of our offices on the numbers above.

Merry Christmas!

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ARMISTICE 100

Sunday 11th November 2018 marks 100 years since the end of the First World War

We at Debach Enterprises Ltd show our respect to those that gave their lives.

Our Logistics Manager Lionel Scutcher showing respect for Armistice Day

Our Logistics Manager Lionel Scutcher showing respect for Armistice Day

Lest we forget

Lest we forget

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10 NEW TRAILERS

We have taken delivery of 10 new 4.2 metre tri axle curtain side trailers from Montracon.

One of our new trailers

One of our new trailers

The back of one of our new trailers

The back of one of our new trailers

 

New Debach Trailer

New Debach Trailer

 

Debach Trailer in front of warehouse

Debach Trailer in front of warehouse

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Putting on a Show

With one week to go till this years Suffolk Show our very own Bee Kemball – Honorary Suffolk Show Director – talks all things fashion.

Bee says: “The Suffolk Show is one of those wonderful occasions when us girls can really pull out all the stops, but you need to get it right to feel comfortable to tackle whatever you have planned for the day.

Honorary show director Bee Kemball

Honorary show director Bee Kemball

Like a wedding, when you go to the Suffolk Show, you have to look smart and elegant, but you are likely to be dressed up all day and into the evening. I can be moving between the cattle lines at 6am, then be heading into President’s lunch, and still be on my feet enjoying the band that evening – so think practically, as well as indulging your tastes.

My advice – wear a dress that you can be comfortable in all day, you don’t want to be tugging at a hem or holding your breath. If you have to arrive early like me, a warm dress-length coat is ideal, then, if the sun comes out, the outer layer comes off and you’re ready for lunch.

 Suffolk show fashion (l-r) Katrina Morton, Alice Westrope, Bee Kemball, Bella Jolly, Angie Ashby-Hoare.


Suffolk show fashion (l-r) Katrina Morton, Alice Westrope, Bee Kemball, Bella Jolly, Angie Ashby-Hoare.

Accessories are also very important if you want to look smart and be comfortable – I always have a pretty printed scarf in my handbag as they can jazz up any dress, as well as keeping you warm, or covering red shoulders. Handbag choice may seem like over-thinking things, but you don’t want to be lugging round a heavy bag with things you won’t need – or not have enough room to fit your shades, phone, essentials etc Shoes; there is a very simple rule – if new, break them in, but even better, wear a tried and tested pair, and stick flats in your bag to slip on when you need to.

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