Creditors seldom get back all of the money owed to them when a company becomes insolvent, but you don’t have to take things lying down.
The boom in home deliveries is a huge issue affecting the nation’s health and must be dealt with, according to an expert giving evidence to MPs on the joint committee hearing into air quality.
Tyre manufacturer BFGoodrich is entering the UK and Ireland truck tyre markets from January next year.
The chancellor has been criticised for not being bolder after he elected to freeze fuel duty in today’s Autumn Budget.
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.
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.
HGVs pay enough in tax to cover almost all the government’s spending on road maintenance in the UK, according to research.
The government is showing a worrying lack of leadership in its approach to post-Brexit customs arrangements, according to the Home Affairs Committee, in a new report which highlights numerous shortcomings in government’s preparations for trading when the UK leaves the EU.
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.
The government has pulled the plug on the planned lorry park in Stanford West, which was selected as a solution to the chronic congestion caused by Operation Stack.