Case Study: TJ Transport’s award-winning Training Video strategy

27th February 2017 No comments

TJ Transport are one of the largest hauliers in the South of England. With TJ Waste, one of the largest waste management and haulage companies in the South, the pair of companies form the TJ Group. Even if you don’t know the name, you might recognise their vehicles, which are often seen driving around Hampshire’s roads.

We’ve worked with TJ for many years on a variety of projects. In 2013 we helped them with a company promotional video, in 2017 we produced a recruitment video to help them find new drivers, and for many years we’ve provided video coverage of their annual driver induction training. This approach to driver training recently won TJ Transport a prestigious industry award, which you can learn more about from the video above.

It’s safe to say that video has played a fair part in TJ’s recent success, as they expand across the region, and we believe that Southpoint Films has been the ideal partner for them. Here’s what TJ’s Marketing & Sales Development Manager, Luke Haskell, has to say:

I have used Southpoint Films for a number of video projects now, and it’s fair to say I’ve been excited to work with them each and every time. Their enthusiasm and customer focus, coupled with a transparent pricing structure, makes for a refreshing experience. Be it a promotional or training video, their technical knowledge, creative experience and equipment have always produced the best possible results.

Luke Haskell, Marketing & Sales Development at TJ Group

We’ve enjoyed working with the TJ Group for many years now. You can see some of the projects we’ve produced with them on our portfolio. If you’re interested in using video like this, why not get in touch?

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