Marks & Spencer has called time on its Neasden, north London DC. However, the high street retailer has said it will open a 495,000ft² clothing and home DC in Welham Green, Hertfordshire, early next year.
Leeds City Council is asking businesses for their views on its proposed clean air zone (CAZ) plans.
Kier Environmental has introduced two new security systems to protect its municipal fleet from theft and damage.
Hauliers are no doubt still catching their breath from London’s double whammy of an earlier Ultra Low Emission Zone (ULEZ) start date and the prospect of it expanding capital-wide by 2020.
New legal powers to transform Transport for the North (TfN) into the UK’s first-ever statutory sub-national transport body were laid out today (16 November) in Parliament.
Eddie Stobart has reported strong contract retention and growth ahead of its year-end trading update, expected in January 2018.
Volvo Trucks plans to intensify its development of gas-powered HGVS aimed at the regional and long-distance trunking market.
TfL has released interim tables showing the first batch of HGVs to be star-rated under the Direct Vision Standard (DVS), while seemingly also softening the impact of the scheme on hauliers.
Registrations are now open for this year’s free-to-attend Freight in the City Expo on 7 November at Alexandra Palace, London. Now in its third year, the expo provides a collaborative forum for urban logistics decision-makers from the public and private sector to debate the key challenges and latest innovation to promote quiet, safe and clean city deliveries. This is complemented by an exhibition hall packed with the latest urban delivery vehicles, technology and services to help city fleet operators keep […]
Operators continue to face frustration and uncertainty over what the Direct Vision Standard (DVS) will look like when applied to the truck market.