The chancellor has been criticized for not being bolder after he elected to freeze fuel duty in today’s Autumn Budget.
Food wholesaler Brakes is extending a trial that will see all 18-tonne DAF LFs based at its West London depot will run on Shell Gas to Liquid (GTL) fuel from Certas Energy.
Aggregate Industries will expect all its sub-contractors to have at least bronze level FORS accreditation by March 2018.
A near doubling of freight firms filing for insolvency in the second quarter of this year has prompted the FTA to call on chancellor Philip Hammond to cut fuel duty in this week’s Budget to prevent further freight company failures.
Samworth Brothers Supply Chain recognised the industry-wide driver shortage wasn’t going to be solved anytime soon, so found the perfect antidote with its Driver Academy
CitySprint’s On the dot service has expanded its same-day delivery contract with online retail giant ASOS.
AO.com is predicting a “significant” cut in is fleet’s running costs after refreshing its fleet with 80 new rigid trucks.
Trade associations have cautioned against adding further complexity into the London supply chain, after TfL went live with its latest Direct Vision Standard (DVS) consultation.
Ceva Logistics has kept its drive into pharmaceuticals on the road with a renewed three-year transport and five-year warehousing deal with medical nutrition provider Nutricia.
Brit European played a starring role in helping motorcycle racer and truck mechanic Guy Martin meet his latest Channel 4 challenge, which saw him reconstruct a World War One British Mark IV tank and operate it in a re-enactment of its first battle.