Yodel is trialling a new vetting system for staff supplied to it after a subcontractor was fined £4,000 for employing an illegal worker. A Yodel spokesman told MT it had been working with the authorities on the investigation into the incident, which came to light after a raid by immigration officers at the firm’s Ellis Road site in Mitcham, Surrey, last year. “They were satisfied that Yodel carried out the necessary checks on the workforce at that time, but said […]
Yodel has said it is on target to turn a profit for the first time since it started trading in 2010, following the departure of its chief executive Neil Lloyd.
Arrow XL has spent £500,000 on 19 new double deck trailers for its fleet, which it said will provide greater efficiencies in terms of fleet capacity, fuel economy and environmental footprint.