The MT team is back in the podcast studio after a summer break, and if you’re ready for a hit of the latest news being dissected and discussed, the latest Motor Transport Podcast will not disappoint. In this episode, Christopher, Chris and Emma chat about London Mayor Sadiq Khan’s newly proposed Direct Vision Standard, which could see up to 35,000 HGVs banned from the city’s roads by 2020, and the implications this could have on businesses. The team also discusses […]
Analysts have said the planned sale of DHL Express’s same-day domestic business will create another major player in the market to compete with CitySprint, and is unlikely to affect DHL’s profitability.
UK Mail is anticipating a fall in both pre-tax profit and turnover for the year ended 31 March 2016 after the installation of incompatible technology incurred huge costs.
DHL Express will today (18 January) transport nearly a ton of rugby kit and equipment for London side Harlequins in support of their Heineken Cup clash in France with Biarritz. The gear will be moved from Harelquins’ training ground at the Surrey Sports Park in Guildford to the Parc des Sports Aguiléra in Birarritz, as part of DHL’s role as the English side’s logistics partner. DHL is using a specially commissioned Harlequins-liveried van for the task, which features England internationals […]