Strike action at Royal Mail has been put on hold after the postal operator won a court ruling against the Communication Workers Union (CWU). CWU members voted in in favour of strike action against the operator’s pension scheme in a ballot last month, and a 48-hour walkout was due to take place on 19 October. However Royal Mail said the strike action was unlawful, claiming it went against an Agenda for Growth both parties had signed in 2013. The agenda, […]
Royal Mail and the Communication Workers Union (CWU) will appear in court this morning after the postal operator applied for a High Court injunction to prevent its employees from striking.
Simon Gibson Transport saw its pre-tax profit almost halve in 2016 after “heavily” investing in upgrading its fleet during a year of “more difficult” trading conditions.
Howard Tenens has bought a South Wales DC from Tesco, in anticipation that the removal of the Severn Crossing tolls will boost the region’s economy. The acquisition of the 282,297ft² site in Chepstow is the Howard Tenens’s largest property purchase to date, and its first in Wales. It bought the site for an undisclosed sum… […]
A campaign to ban oversized and hazardous goods from using the Dartford Crossing has come under fire from others in the road transport sector.
ECM (Vehicle Delivery Service) enjoyed a strong 2016 as UK car sales boomed delivering a 12% rise in pre-tax profit, but has warned of tough times ahead.
Palletways Bristol has invested £8,000 in five new electric pump trucks as demand for tail lift deliveries continues to grow.
The Communication Workers Union (CWU) has pledged to take its fight to the courtroom after Royal Mail applied for a High Court injunction to prevent postal workers taking strike action later this month.
Arrow XL CEO Ian Howell has left the business after four years in the role.
Rhenus Group has expanded its UK presence with the purchase of Palletforce member RCS Logistics.