Peter is a former Executive Director of Central Insurance Service Ltd, a major insurance broker, and has extensive commercial knowledge and experience of the challenges of running and managing a growing business and working as part of a team unit.
During his time with Central Insurance, Peter helped grow the organisation from 9 to over 60 employees and was responsible for client development and service. Prior to this Peter was an Insurance underwriter with Sun Alliance responsible for a specialist section in this key area.
Peter has strong experience in the key areas of Operational, Sales and project Management roles which should enable the DTT network of Driver Transport Training and Driver Supply centres to grow, both in terms of network coverage and then business turnover size in Scotland and Northern England.
The Driver Transport Training and Driver Supply network is a solid, credible network of Management Franchise partners. Through Driver Transport Training's qualified instructors, they deliver LGV and PCV theory and practical training, Scottish Qualification Authority ADR courses for the carriage of hazardous goods and OCR accredited Certificate of professional Competence courses for Transport Managers. Furthermore, through the specialist driving agency, Driver Supply, it provides temporary and permanent drivers and logistics staff to the transport industry and has corporate membership of the Recruitment and Employment Confederation. (REC)
Commenting on the Appointment, Brian Hewitt, Chief Executive of DTT Plc, said:
'We are especially pleased to have made this award to someone of Peter Fraser's calibre who, with his experience and knowledge, can make a real difference and impact to the regional team at DTT (Franchising) Ltd, and our network of franchise partners. We are all looking forward to working closely with Peter and growing the network in Scotland and Ireland, following a highly successful National Franchise Exhibition. We know that Peter will make a positive contribution to this business and will be welcomed by all concerned.'
Published: 23 November 2006
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