One of the most influential commercial vehicle engineers of his generation, Roger Denniss (pictured right), has passed away at the age of 84.
Whatever form Brexit takes, the skills crisis facing the logistics industry is only going to get worse and the industry will be forced to invest in more automation, the president of the FTA Leigh Pomlett told the annual FTA Logistics Awards dinner last night (December 13).
Suttons Tankers has made two new appointments to strengthen its senior management team.
The 33rd Motor Transport Awards returns to the Grosvenor House Hotel in London’s Park Lane on 3 July 2019 to celebrate, recognise and reward excellence in the road freight transport industry.
Outdoor clothing and equipment retailer Go Outdoors has taken a 353,000sq ft distribution centre in Middlewich, Cheshire.
Bath’s clean air zone (CAZ) plans could be delayed after the council received an unprecedented number of responses to its consultation with significant numbers demanding mitigation measures for local businesses and residents.
EP Training has acquired Cranleigh-based Group One LGV Training.
Cities play a critical role in both causing and potentially solving many of today’s sustainability challenges, says Professor Xuemei Bai, a leading expert and thought leader on urbanisation and sustainability and the latest recipient of the 2018 Volvo Environment Prize for her work in creating new cities and transforming existing cities to be sustainable and liveable.
Lloyd Fraser Holdings has delivered a mixed performance in what it described as a “very challenging” and price driven market.
Connect Group-owned Smith News has renewed a major deal with magazine importer Seymour Distribution worth almost £400m.