CM Downton delivered the 888,246 ceramic poppies on display at the Tower of London, each representing a British or Commonwealth soldier who died in the Great War. Since 1 August, CM Downton has been delivering poppies to the Tower of London on behalf of manufacturer Johnson Tiles. It has been collecting three to four loads per week from its Stoke-on-Trent plant, transporting them to Derby where they were sprayed and glazed and delivering full-loads to the Tower of London. The […]
We have pulled together a list of key road transport industry events taking place during 2013. Click the hyperlinks to go direct to the events’ respective websites. February Logistics Link South: 12-13 at Sandown Park, Esher March IMHX: 19-22 at the NEC, Birmingham April CV Show: 9-11 at the NEC, Birmingham FPS: 17-18 at Harrogate International Centre Multimodal: 23-25 at the NEC, Birmingham May Plantworx: 13-14 at Stoneleigh Park, Warwickshirewickshire FTA everywoman in Transport & Logistics Awards: 16; venue TBC […]
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… […]
Last year industry players won their long-waged battle for a government-funded driver training apprenticeship. The Trailblazer pitch had been denied twice previously when the government said it didn’t think training a driver would stretch over the 12-month period needed to meet funding requirements. While the Trailblazer scheme was eventually approved, CM Downton was well ahead of the game with its own 12-month driving apprenticeship.