Laurent Binetti has been appointed chief commercial officer of CEVA Logistics and will join the company on 1 September. After starting his career in the retail industry, Binetti spent more than 20 years at Dell, holding senior commercial positions in Switzerland and the UK focusing on the EMEA regions. More recently, he has led several start-up initiatives, helping young entrepreneurs to structure go-to-market strategies. Xavier Urbain, CEO of CEVA Logistics said: “We are very happy to have Laurent with us […]
A union representing workers at two XPO Logistics sites said a report earlier this week that the operator and its client House of Fraser had reached a compromise appears to be false.
Retrofit equipment will be available for hauliers ahead of the start of London’s Ultra Low Emission Zone (ULEZ) next April, according to TfL.
Eddie Stobart Logistics’ growth continued at a gallop in the first six months to 31 May 2018, driven by a mix of acquisitions, new contract wins and retained business.
Harris Transport director George Harris has spoken of his heartbreak after the family firm established by his parents was forced into administration.
Wilson James has appointed Tony Palombo as MD.
A targeted vehicle renewal scheme to help small businesses replace older lorries is being called for by city mayors across England and Wales.
XPO Logistics and House of Fraser may have reached a compromise in their supply chain dispute, which has paralysed the department store chain.
Paul Day, managing director of Turners (Soham), was a well-deserved winner of the Service to Industry Award at the 2018 Motor Transport Awards. Watch him talk about winning the prize just after he received it on stage on Motor Transport TV, sponsored by the RHA. Service to Industry, sponsored by Ryder Winner: Paul Day, Managing Director, Turners (Soham)
With 2019 being one of the hottest and driest summers on record, chances are June 2019 will see torrential downpours and strong winds. But don’t let that put you off signing up for Transaid’s latest and possibly greatest fundraiser – a 972-mile cycle ride across Britain from Land’s End to John O’Groats (LEJOG).