Clipper Logistics Group saw turnover in all of its divisions soar in the year before its IPO as a result of e-commerce business win, as well as organic growth from existing contracts.
The Pallet Network (TPN) moved to its new £10m hub adjacent to its former Minworth home in January of this year, and its accounts for the year to 31 March 2014 suggest it wasn’t a moment too soon.
Ryder has taken delivery of a multi-marque Euro-6 demonstrator fleet to enable its rental and contract hire customers to carry out their own road trials.
Transport Exchange Group has introduced two features to its freight trading platform to provide greater control of multi-deport activity, as well as improve the accuracy of available vehicles data.
DfT stats have revealed a 10% increase in the total number of goods vehicles travelling to the continent from the UK in the year to June 2014. But what does it mean for UK operators?
There are still 400 longer semi-trailer allocations available, the DfT has said, and operators only have four weeks to apply for them.
Gregory Distribution has signed a deal with Portsmouth-based MMD (Shipping Services) to take over its fresh produce distribution operation at Portsmouth International Port.
Public service provider Amey has put six 7 tonne Iveco Daily trucks into operation on its traffic management contract with the Highways Agency.
Hoyer Petrolog has finished taking delivery of 253 Euro-5 MAN and Scania units, as part of an £8m upgrade to its petroleum, bitumen and fuel oils fleets that began last year.
Waitrose is to trial a network of temperature-controlled locker boxes for customers to have their groceries delivered into.