Potter Logistics will be championing its plans for improved rail gauges and longer head shunts at its rail freight terminals in Ely, Knowsley and Selby, and showing off its new livery at the Multimodal exhibition running from 23 to 25 April at the Birmingham NEC. Stuart Taylor, business development director, said: “This year, we particularly want to focus on our rail services. “We have plans already in motion for increasing the rail gauge to W9 at Knowsley and W10 at […]
Malcolm Group has significantly increased its order of 50ft skeletal trailers from SDC by an additional 80 units.
The Labour Party has told Motortransport.co.uk it cannot comment on how its plans to change the rail franchising system might affect rail freight services, if it were to come to power after the general election in May.