Fife Council is to operate two hydrogen dual-fuel bin lorries to lower carbon emissions and improve air quality in urban areas. Two Heil Farid models, based on a Mercedes-Benz chassis, have been adapted to run on both hydrogen and diesel. They represent a world first in the application of the dual-fuel technology to refuse trucks, according to Liverpool-based Ulemco, which carried out the conversions. The work is part of the Levenmouth Community Energy Partnership that will also see the conversion […]
Wincanton has said it doesn’t expect to be affected by the dispute between union Unite and Argos over the proposed transfer of almost 100 drivers despite managing the majority of the retailer’s transport operation.
Pre-tax profit at Nagel Langdons took a hit last year as it saw an increase in lower-margin business.
Pre-tax profit fell by almost a third at UK Mail in a year that saw the group move to a new hub and fit-it with incompatible parcel sorting technology.
The collapse of Surfair Global Logistics has left more than 80 unsecured creditors facing losses amounting to over £1.1m, according to a report by the firm’s administrator Milner Boardman & Partners.
Greater Manchester-based haulier H&B Logistics has joined pallet network Pallet-Track as part of a drive to grow the business.
With the EU referendum fast-approaching, the Motor Transport team chats to visitors and exhibitors at Multimodal in the latest Motor Transport Podcast, available now, to see which way the industry is leaning – should we stay or should we go?
The Health and Safety Executive (HSE) is looking at ways to reduce maximum pallet weights to 750kg in order to cut the risk of injuries to drivers making tail lift deliveries.
Now part of the Connect Group, Tuffnells is packaged better than ever. We spoke to MD Chris Ward to find out why.
Unite has criticised Royal Mail for refusing to up a proposed pay increase, despite reporting a £608m profit in its latest results.