The European Commission is not expected to decide until this autumn whether to pursue its infringement case against Germany over the imposition of the German minimum wage on hauliers from other nations, an EC spokesman has revealed. The EC launched its infringement procedure with a letter of formal notice in May after it emerged that Germany had sought to apply its minimum wage of €8.50 (just over £6) an hour to all visiting transport operations in a move the EC […]
Frank Zapper once commented that the world might not end in fire or ice, but in paperwork. For much of the international logistics sector, January felt exactly like slow death by paperwork, with customs clearances piling up in their software systems, and the freight piling up in the warehouses.
Plumbing and heating products supplier Wolseley is launching a year-long apprenticeship scheme for aspiring HGV drivers at two of its DCs.
Police are hunting an HGV driver who was caught on camera colliding with a motorist on the M1 and failing to stop.