HIAB, the UK market leader in truck-mounted lift trucks (TMLT), skip and hook loaders and truck-mounted cranes, is opening a network of eight dedicated service centres around the UK to provide a one-stop-shop for the repair and maintenance of this increasingly sophisticated equipment. MT caught up with Rogier van der Linde, MD UK & Ireland at HIAB, at the recent official opening of the first of these centres in Bishops Stortford, Hertfordshire.
Unsecured creditors of failed Deben Transport will not see a payout unless a claim relating to the truck cartel case proves successful, the firm’s administrators have said.
The industry is in danger of losing tens of millions of pounds worth of training funding as the spending cut off for the apprenticeship levy looms.
Taking place on Thursday 21st June 2018 at the Telford International Centre Talent in Logistics is the only conference and awards event completely dedicated to the exceptional training, learning and development professionals in the transport and logistics industries. The conference agenda offers focused, relevant professional development sessions for the transport industry covering “The DVSA’s thoughts on the future of vocational training” “How to overcome resistance to Driver CPC”, “The Apprenticeship Levy – making it work for your business”, and “How […]
The M20 will be contraflowed as a temporary solution to Operation Stack, to allow traffic to travel in both directions between junctions 8 and 9 when HGVs are being queued, according to the government.
The Greater London Authority (GLA) has appointed Savills to help it balance the need for housing and industrial land in the capital.
The final session of the conference saw a panel of representatives from four major truck manufacturers debate the future of truck design.
Analysts have reacted cautiously to Royal Mail’s year end results, which saw the group’s turnover grow 2% year-on-year but annual profit fall by more than a third (37%).
The transport industry needs to rejuvenate the way it works with schools and colleges to attract new talent to the sector, according to experts in the area.
Royal Mail offset declining letter volume with its growing parcels operation in a year that saw it surpass the £10bn turnover mark for the first time, but saw pre-tax profit fall by more than a third (37%).