FTA subsidiary TDUK has bought Tachodisc out of administration. It will take control of the business and “certain assets”, the nature of which were not disclosed, with immediate effect. The business, which supplies tachograph equipment and compliance software, will trade under the TDUK brand and will be overseen by June Powell, director of operations at the FTA. FTA chief executive David Wells said: “I am delighted to be able to announce that FTA has acquired the business and certain assets […]
DX Group has entered an agreement to sell its Business Direct operations to ByBox Field Services by 21 December, disposing of its overnight parts distribution service.
Sir Peter Hendy, London’s transport commissioner, will make the key note address at the FTA’s Managing Freight in London conference in June.
Trade associations have welcomed London Councils’ decision not to introduce mandatory fitting of sideguards and class V and VI close-proximity mirrors aspart of its London Lorry Control Scheme (LLCS).