Coca-Cola supports new Cycle Superhighway plans

Coca-Cola has been based in London for over 80 years and markets Coca-Cola and twelve other soft drink brands including Sprite, Fanta and Schweppes across Europe. Coca-Cola has 290 employees working in its UK and European headquarters which is based on Wimpole Street, central London. Customer Sustainability Director Jake Backus sent Transport for London this statement about the… Read More

Major building supplier CEMEX UK wants ‘Crossrail for Bikes’ in central London

CEMEX is a global company supplying cement and other building materials to construction sites. Hundreds of CEMEX UK’s HGVs use London’s roads daily to keep construction sites supplied with the raw materials that turn architectural plans into homes, businesses, and public buildings. Road safety is a major concern for CEMEX UK, which is why they… Read More

Unilever PLC, with €50bn turnover and 1,200 staff in London, backs ‘Crossrail for bikes’

Anglo Dutch Unilever is a global leader in consumer goods and pre-eminent in sustainable manufacturing and distribution with a turn over of €50bn .   The company employs over 174,00 people worldwide of which 1,200 are based in the iconic Unilever House overlooking Blackfriars bridge, London. Doug Baillie, Chief Human Resources Officer at Unilever, outlined their support for… Read More

Entertainment industry supplier White Light backs ‘Crossrail for Bikes’

White Light is one of the world’s leading lighting suppliers to the entertainment industry. Founded in 1971, they provide the equipment to the vast majority of West End shows and live events in the capital. Bryan Raven, Managing Director at White Light, released this statement on TfL’s cycle superhighway plans: ‘White Light Ltd would like to back the… Read More