As it prepares to list on AIM this week, DX Group has said that it will not begin its plans to integrate DX Freight, formerly Nightfreight, into its wider network until the business is operating at acceptable levels of efficiency.
LPG trade association UKLPG has signed up as an official backer of FairFuelUK (FFUK), and has taken the opportunity to urge the government to make alternative fuels more affordable in next month’s Budget.
TNT Post UK has submitted a formal complaint to regulator Ofcom claiming that rival Royal Mail has breached its regulatory conditions.
As FedEx UK’s Trevor Hoyle stepped into his new shoes as vice president operations UK and Ireland, The Hub was invited to the parcel giant’s hub in Stoke-on-Trent to see its night operation in full swing.
VW Group has put €6.7bn (£5.5bn) on the table to buy out the minority shareholders of Scania as that the current shareholder structure of Scania “compromises integration and co-operation efforts significantly”.
Chard-based C&D South West has opened a depot in Dorset, expanding its coverage in the South East and granting it easier access to the region’s ports and also central London.
ECO Stars founder member Clipper Logistics was on hand last week (21 February) to mark the fifth anniversary of the emissions scheme.
Commercial vehicle contract hire and fleet management specialist Prohire has appointed David Barlow as its new group commercial director.
Own-account operator Arla Foods plans to convert its HGV fleet at two sites to dual-fuel after opening a refuelling station in Buckinghamshire.
Three years ago the industry was shocked as one of the most prominent names in family haulage, the Baxter family’s RH Freight, was snapped up by Swiss logistics giant Kuehne + Nagel for £66.9m. It was a move that came out of the blue, and was concluded within in matter of weeks (if the folklore attached to the deal is to be believed) but it resulted in Andrew Baxter, who alongside his brother Ian ran RH Freight in the footsteps […]