Delivery firm ArrowXL is set to move into a brand new facility in Worcester next month, more than two years after its original hub was burnt to the ground.
Pallet network operators need to join forces to ensure new HSE guidance on tail lift deliveries and pallet weights is observed by pallet networks.
A leaked government dossier that predicts months of delays at ports and shortages of some foods and medicines in the event of a no-deal Brexit is not “scaremongering” and supports the RHA’s long-held concerns, chief executive Richard Burnett said this week.
Administrators for Ian Aldridge Transport said 30 staff were made redundant prior to its appointment in July.
Geodis has been appointed by wholesaler Cotswold Fayre to manage its warehousing and the distribution of its portfolio of food and drinks to retailers across the UK, under a three-year deal.
SP Training has welcomed plans to include acquisition of the Category C+E HGV licence within the apprenticeship standard.
The administrator of a haulage firm in Cardiff said it was still chasing its directors for more than £364,000 it believes is owed by them – and it hasn’t ruled out pursuing them through the courts.
Invergold Associates is holding two one-day conferences to bring operators up to date with the latest developments that affect the road transport industry, with a strong focus on compliance.
Fear of new smart tachographs saw operators pull forward orders of new trucks and give another boost to the market after a surge in orders ahead of the expected Brexit date of March 29 according to figures from the Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders.
The MD of the the Hazchem Network has said its specialism in ADR, a new hub and the fact that the regulations that underpin its work are European rather than EU mandated, means the business is facing the future with positivity.