Sefton Council has launched an ECO Stars scheme to reduce the environmental impact of freight vehicles using Liverpool Superport. The ECO Stars scheme is a free, voluntary initiative that provides operators with guidance on how […]
Farrall’s Transport has invested £3.5m in a new 81,000ft² food grade facility in Deeside to tap into a predicted boost in port-centric logistics from the opening of the Liverpool SuperPort next year.
ECO Stars founder member Clipper Logistics was on hand last week (21 February) to mark the fifth anniversary of the emissions scheme.
ECO Stars has launched a new website to help operators understand the environmental and financial benefits they could gain from learning how to improve fleet efficiency and lower fuel usage.