Hoyer has added 89 new MAN TGS vehicles to its Petrolog division. The deliveries are set to be complete by October. The order comprises 75 replacement vehicles and 14 additional vehicles, all with 420hp engines. The majority of the new trucks feature day cabs (85), with four fitted with sleeper cabs. Read more Hoyer Petrolog signs World Fuel Services aviation fuel distribution deal Hoyer extends BP aviation contract Suckling and Hoyer extend Shell contracts until 2020 Allan Davison, operations director […]
Former MAN Truck and Bus UK CEO Des Evans has joined Axis Fleet Management as a non-executive director.
Hoyer says 2012, and the medium term future, will be a “challenging period” as the bulk liquid giant reported a 6.8% fall in pre-tax profit to £3.5m for the year ending 31 December 2011 (2010: £3.8m). Turnover for the period also fell, by 3% to £133m (2010: £137.7m) according to results filed at Companies House. In its air gas business, Hoyer saw turnover reduce by some £3m following the loss of the Air Liquide contract at the end of August […]
Haulage bosses from six fuel distribution firms are due to resume talks with the Unite union this morning (10 April) following the Easter weekend. Conciliation service Acas is leading the discussions, which kicked off last Wednesday (4 April) and continued for two days, over tanker drivers’ training, safety and employment conditions. Acas chief conciliator Peter Harwood says of the talks so far: “The discussions have been constructive, with the parties positively engaged and committed to the process.” If talks fail, […]