Drivers at Müller Milk and Ingredients’ Aberdeen dairy could be affected by a review of the firm’s Scottish network that may see the closure of the site. As part of the review, Müller will conduct a 45 day consultation with staff at its Aberdeen dairy, which it said is currently operating at less than 40% capacity. The own-account operator employs 13 tanker drivers and 9 HGV drivers at the Aberdeen dairy, but a spokesman for Müller said it was “too […]
The first UK trial of wireless charging technology for light commercial vans will launch in Edinburgh next spring.
Better productivity and safety were the standout elements of a report published by the DfT assessing the impact of raising the speed limit for trucks over 7.5t GVW in England and Wales, writes Transport News editor Kevin Swallow.
A 16-year relationship between Stewarts of Tayside and Carrier Transicold shows no signs of thawing after the Perthshire fruit and veg firm took delivery of 10 new refrigerated trailers.