Beverley Bell, senior traffic commissioner for Britain, is to become president of the CILT in May. Bell, who will take over the one-year presidency from Jim Spittle, chairman of standards body GS1 UK, has been vice-president for two years and a member of CILT for nearly a decade. It is believed to be the first time a TC has held the role. “It is both an honour and a privilege to be given this opportunity to represent the logistics and […]
Version four of the Fleet Operator Recognition Scheme (Fors) standard has raised the bar for accredited hauliers, particularly gold operators, according to scheme director John Hix (pictured).
The RHA is to make an emergency submission to the government this week demanding that it steps in and sorts out the industry’s driver shortage, before it undermines the fragile economic recovery.
12) Margrethe Vestager Title: European commissioner for competition Formerly the Deputy Prime-Minister of Denmark Vestager makes this list because she has one decision in her hands that could reshape the road transport industry, namely approving FedEx’s acquisition of TNT.