Kuehne + Nagel said that the performance of its contract logistics division “continues to be impressive” after a “game-changing” contract with the Ministry of Defence saw turnover rise 33% year-on-year.
DX Group is to take a close to £2m profit hit after an accounting error relating to the treatment of a leasehold property.
The Severn Crossing tolls will be reduced next year ahead of being scrapped entirely, the government has confirmed.
Volvo claims its liquefied natural gas (LNG) FH and FM trucks are up to 25% more fuel efficient than conventional spark plug engines.
Bartrums has reported a combined turnover of more than £28m for 2016, with strong growth in its road services arm.
UPS will be the first commercial partner of Daimler-owned Fuso’s electric eCanter truck, which was officially launched in New York today.
The availability of UK warehousing stock could come under increased pressure should the UK default to WTO rules in the wake of failed Brexit negotiations.
Kammac has joined Pallet-Track, taking on the WA postcode that is being vacated by Abbey Logistics Group at the end of next month.
Eddie Stobart has opened its previously in-house training academy up to the whole transport industry.
Spar wholesaler James Hall & Co has bought eight new Volvos to serve more than 600 stores across the country.