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 […]
Wincanton says it is “extremely disappointed” that Unite failed to persuade its tanker driver members to accept proposals put forward over terms and conditions after six days of talks at conciliation service Acas. A spokeswoman for the operator says: “Along with the five other employers, Wincanton entered into the talks in good faith, having clearly stated that sector-wide collective bargaining on pay was not to be on the agenda. “With just one third of the industry represented by the employers […]
European chemical transport giant Hoyer has acquired the bulk liquid division of Dutch logistics company De Rijke. The deal sees Hoyer take on 240 employees at five De Rijke offices, including its site in Preston Brook, Cheshire. Across Europe Hoyer will add to its operations: 1,500 tanker containers, 130 tractors and 300 tanker trailers and chassis. Günter-Friedrich Maas, head of the Chemilog business unit at Hoyer, said: “We will be gaining market share, particularly in our relations to and from […]
Hoyer UK MD Mark Binns has said he is “confident” this year will be better than last after the firm reported widening losses for the 12 months to the end of December.