Fowler Welch has bought 56 Schmitz Cargobull reefers for its food delivery operations, replacing older vehicles.
Fraikin believes the DVSA’s earned recognition scheme can deliver improvements in vehicle uptime for operators.
Iveco has supplied three Daily Natural Power vans to waste management company Veolia that will carry specialist equipment for removing graffiti.
DAF could fare better than other truck manufacturers in the event of a hard Brexit, according to MD Robin Easton.
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.
XPO Logistics Europe will invest tens of millions of euros in new Range D and Range T trucks over the next two years, the operator has said.
Suttons Group is spending more than £17m upgrading 200 units on its fleet to provide capacity for the recent growth in its UK bulk tanker business.
Andrew Jamieson will be the new UK truck sales director for Scania (Great Britain).
Thomas Hardie Commercials has supplied the first Volvo trucks – four FH-500 tractor units – to enter service with Lancashire operator Huntapac Produce.
Twelve former drivers at North Cumbria haulage firm Ross International have had their HGV licences revoked after they used various devices to falsify their driving records. After driver conduct hearings in Carlisle, Glasgow and Warrington, traffic commissioner for Scotland Joan Aitken and deputy TCs for the North West of England, Patrick Mulvenna and Simon Evans, disqualified the drivers – all from the north of England and Scotland – for between nine and 18 months A joint investigation by DVSA and […]