Materials and construction firm Tarmac has retained its FORS accreditation, allowing it to continue auditing its entire UK and subcontractor fleet. Tarmac was the first operator to win FORS whole-fleet accreditation in 2014. It currently has more than 1,800 vehicles in its fleet that are FORS accredited. Sean McGrae, Tarmac’s senior national transport manager, said: “We’re delighted to retain our whole fleet accreditation from FORS which highlights our ongoing commitment to improving safety and environmental levels across both our own […]
Transport for London (TfL) has released its Olympic Freight Journey Planner, to help operators navigate the disruption London 2012 will bring this summer. The Pie Mapping developed planner calculates the most appropriate route for operators to take during the Games period based on the date and time of day and the vehicle’s dimensions. Although free to all, the journey planner offers further functionality to members of TfL’s Fleet Operator Recognition Scheme. This includes the ability to save your routes, chosen […]
The Fors Community Partnership is seeking to treble membership levels as part of its strategy to take the scheme national.
Tarmac to adopt regional distribution model, bringing Eddie Stobart, Abbey Logistics and Pollocks on board
Tarmac is implementing a regional distribution model for its cement and lime division, which will see Eddie Stobart, Abbey Logistics and Pollock (Scotrans) join its lineup of haulage providers, MT can reveal.