UK freight operators interested in alternative fuels and retrofit technology to reduce fleet emissions are invited to a free-to-attend LoCITY event on 20 March.
Howard Tenens has taken delivery of six new Lawrence David longer semi-trailers (LST) in an effort to reduce CO2 emissions from its trunking movements.
The number of bridges unable to carry HGVs is on the rise, according to the RAC Foundation, which recently found that thousands of bridges across Great Britain could be categorized as substandard.
Yusen Logistics UK has upgraded its fleet in a move aimed at reducing emissions, improving driver safety and boosting customer service levels.
Tipper bodybuilder Thompsons (UK) has appointed Sheri Gibbons as its new business development manager for South East England.
Wincanton is putting safety first in its latest fleet upgrade with the addition of 100 Mercedes-Benz Actros tractor units.
Food distribution specialist Fowler Welch has spent £2m on a major refurbishment of its temperature controlled depot in Spalding, fuelled by a growth in business which saw the company boost turnover by 13% last year.
Jesse Norman remains minister for road freight at the DfT, as the line up of ministers and their responsibilities was finalised after Theresa May’s cabinet reshuffle.
The House of Commons Transport Committee has renewed its call for longer and more frequent emergency refuge areas on all-lane running (ALR) schemes, after an AA survey revealed more than a fifth of drivers rate ALR motorways as dangerous.
Suttons Group has purchased 800 new baffle isotanks in a £10m deal to boost its ability to move a wider range of liquids and fluids.