The administrator for Tachodisc said it is not possible to provide an accurate estimate of when unsecured creditors are likely to receive the money they are owed.
Trade associations have warned that London’s ULEZ will severely disadvantage, or even bankrupt, operators that work in the city when it begins in 2019.
Former DPD executive director Charlie Shiels (pictured) has been appointed chief operations officer at Arrow XL.
The deputy head of the FTA will talk about what the association believes are the five most pressing industry issues at this year’s Microlise Transport Conference.
Scania and SP Training have begun offering a national HGV driver training programme.
The DVSA’s flagship earned recognition programme will not be launched until 2018, its chief executive has confirmed.
Aggregate Industries and Tarmac were the targets of protests at quarries in Lancashire yesterday, which shut down the sites for the day.
Civil war on the DX board, Eddie Stobart Logistics hitting the stock market and industry opinions on the Bath tipper case make up the latest episode of the Motor Transport Podcast.
Any introduction of tariffs, quotas and new customs clearances at UK ports after the UK leaves the EU could cause “significant difficulties” for the supply chain, an influential group of MPs have been told.
The RHA has said research claiming that road building fails to cut congestion and bring economic benefits, whilst creating higher than expected pollution levels, is misguided.