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Pentalver has opened its five acre, permanent container services site at DP World London Gateway – the first phase of its two-step development of facilities at the port.
Whistl is to take a controlling stake in its business after negotiating a deal with former owner PostNL, which is set to be signed once the details have been confirmed.
Yodel has said it is on target to turn a profit for the first time since it started trading in 2010, following the departure of its chief executive Neil Lloyd.
Transport and logistics firms who have not yet taken steps to comply with the requirements of the Energy Savings Opportunity Scheme (ESOS) Regulations 2014 must act now or face up to a £50,000 fine, an expert has warned.
DHL Supply Chain raised pre-tax profit by almost 125% last year, accounts filed at Companies House have shown.
Transport organisations have welcomed news of a relaxation in enforcement of the driver’s hours rules today in light of recent problems for cross-Channel freight vehicles, but have been split in their reactions to the detail of the change.
Given the severity of the situation international operators face in Calais, risk management firm Spherical International has conducted an assessment of the region, and supplied its findings to Motortransport.co.uk readers. Risk of violence in Calais Ask anyone involved in UK haulage what is affecting their international capability today and most will respond that is it the issues at Calais port and its ongoing deficit in ability to cope with the flow of traffic, specifically HGV’s. The recent changes disruptions and […]
The Low Carbon Vehicle Partnership (LowCVP) has announced the shortlist for its 2015 Low Carbon Champions Awards, which aim to recognise the UK’s continued progressive thinking in the area of low carbon transport. Now in their fifth year, the awards celebrate best practice in the UK in accelerating the shift to lower carbon vehicles and fuels and reducing road transport emissions. The organisers said the Low Carbon Champions Awards are one of a select few sustainable development awards schemes to […]
Carrier Transicold has launched a quieter, yet more powerful Vector 1350 trailer refrigeration unit. The new Vector provides 13,100 watts of refrigeration capacity for the transportation of perishable goods, while the manufacturer said its lighter weight of 643kg will enable hauliers to carry larger payloads. Noise levels emitted from the unit have been lowered to just 69 decibels, which Carrier Transicold said will provide greater comfort for drivers and less noise for residents during urban deliveries. Trials of the new […]