Suttons Group
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About the company

  • Founded
    1926
  • Company size
    1,001 to 5,000
  • Revenue
    £75m to £365m (GBP)
  • Industry
    Transportation & Logistics
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Rating overview

Rating is calculated based on 20 reviews and is evolving.
3.0020172.0020182.6720193.5020202.252021

Reviews

Class1 adr driver in Stockton-on-Tees
on 20 August 2021
Lairs stay clear
Don’t believe what they tell you , pay for what you are carrying is a ridiculous, need to pay more to retain drivers some new trucks but some are a bit tired
HGV Class 1 Driver tankers in Stockton-on-Tees
on 6 September 2021
Constantly lied to
This company is going down hill rapidly, there throwing new managers in to sort mess but they leave after a few months. They constantly lie to their customers, blame drivers for everything and the training is now non existent . It’s a very stressful environment and the cracks are starting to get bigger 👎👎👎👎👎
HGV Driver in Widnes, Cheshire
on 12 August 2021
Great pay for crazy hours
Contract is for 45 hours. However you'll regularly work 67+. Ask your line manager for an early finish (i.e: to work your contracted 9 hours and you'll be snarled at and told it's busy.No consideration given to work life balance, no consideration to health.Website talks about providing healthy snacks for staff and access to health checks and about supporting staff with flexible arrangements. This is nonsense. There's a vending machine and a coffee machine.Sutton's were once the place to work but they haven't kept pace. They offer a poor hourly wage for general haulage let alone ADR specialists. They offer rubbish trucks not designed for tramping, beds cut out behind the seat to accommodate after market fridge.Work 70 hours as a tramper, start at 0500 every day and you'll take home over £800. That's the food bit. But 70 hours consistently in a tiny cab leads to poor health and a shafted back.
Tig pipe welder in Widnes
on 15 April 2021
Generally good workplace, welding H&S issues addressed when identified Retained me past contract date past contract date, F/T staff loyalty high
As indicated generally a good place too work for though note comments re current health & safety re welding. They did address ASAP when pointed out e.g. purchased a full breathing suit for working in tanks (not their fault but visibility using this was not good). I was concerned that permanent staff seemed unconcerned about the health & safety issues regarding using welding e.g. not wearing masks even after the appropriate ones were provided. As Sutton’s is primarily an haulage company I have to say that they & site manager did try (when issues identified) too address them. Their adherence to Covid guidelines was proactive
Lgv1 tanker in Tilbury
on 23 December 2020
No it is not.
Some contracts are badly handled no proper health and safety. Is always overlooked. You have to look after your self .the management won't back you up.

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