Steve Porter Transport Group has signed a new five-year deal with Red Funnel, which will see it remain the ferry operator’s preferred freight partner.
DHL Supply Chain’s long-standing distribution contract with BHS will end on 6 August, the operator has confirmed, after the collapse of the high street retailer.
The government should stimulate the economy by creating a quantitative easing programme for people rather than banks, according to Clugston Group CEO Stephen Martin.
Tesco has re-awarded the contract to run its UK distribution centre (DC) transport operations to Eddie Stobart.
Hellmann Worldwide Logistics appears to be out of the woods after its German parent company completed its delayed refinancing exercise.
Wincanton has renewed its long-standing distribution contract with the Co-op for a further five years.
A pre-packaged sale of Leicester transport firm AM Widdowson and Son was the culmination of a torrid two years that included the loss of contracts, under-estimated fuel costs and management systems that were not fit for purpose.
Scania Group has made a SEK 3.8bn (£334m) provision in relation to the European Commission’s (EC’s) truck cartel investigation, but contests the EC’s view that it was involved in price-fixing.
A shortage of warehousing space in the UK boosted Howard Tenens’ turnover and pre-tax profit in its last economic year, due to the operator’s significant property holdings and an increase in demand.
The European Commission (EC) has published its low-emission transport strategy that aims to drastically reduce harmful emissions by 2030 through facilitating a faster take-up of cleaner vehicles and fuels. Objectives include roll-out of a certification and reporting process to measure fuel consumption and CO2 emissions on HGVs, with the EC also looking to introduce measures to “actively curb” CO2 emissions from lorries, buses and coaches. Countries outside of Europe, such as the US and Japan, have already brought in CO2 […]