Based in Redisham, a small village nestled deep in the Suffolk
countryside just south of Beccles, Terry Seaman Transport was born in 1978.
At this time, there was only one lorry: a
Leyland Buffalo. In the
years since, the business has expanded greatly, and now operates a very modern
fleet of Foden tipping
trucks. The core of the business lies with grain haulage from local farms
to the mills and docks. Much of the work is undertaken within East Anglia
and the Home Counties, although long-distance runs, e.g. to Manchester or
Liverpool, have become far more frequent in recent years.
Importantly, Terry Seaman Transport is a member of
This means that, according to the association's strict code of practice, every load carried must be
with details of vehicle cleansing and hygiene measures taken. The 'vehicle trailer journal'
system is employed for this purpose.
Over the years, developments in marketing techniques and in
the markets themselves have led to significant changes within the trade as a whole. Grain haulage is now a year-round
Terry Seaman Transport offers a quality service with full
traceability, and has a policy of continual assessment in order to ensure