Training the industry’s instructors is key to solving its skills crisis and should not be overlooked, according to the RTITB.
DX Group’s new management team has said its turnaround strategy is bearing fruit, as it made a cash call to investors for a further £4m to support its plans.
The government is pushing ahead with plans to allow category B (car) licence holders to operate heavier vans if they are fitted with alternative fuel systems.
With exactly 12 months to go until the UK is due to leave the EU, there are still huge uncertainties surrounding the UK’s post-Brexit trading relationship with the EU. The FTA is advising members that anything better than a ‘no-deal’ Brexit – that will see the UK trading with the EU27 members under World Trade Organisation (WTO) tariffs from March 29 2019 – will be ‘a bonus’.
Cleaner lorries will receive a 10% discount on the HGV Road User Levy from next year as part of the government’s plans to improve air quality.
Lee Tansley has replaced Isuzu Truck UK’s recently retired national fleet manager Martin Bragg.
Shareholder status and “attractive” postal codes lured West Bromwich-based haulier Warley Carriers away from TPN to Pallet-Track.
Shell has opened a hydrogen fuel pump at Beaconsfield services today; the second of three it will be introducing around London.
Pallet distribution hauliers have banded together under a new RHA forum that aims to tackle major issues facing the sector and share best practice.
Yodel made a pre-tax loss of £82.5m in its most recent financial year, which is the parcel operator’s biggest loss since 2013.