UPS has rolled out 15 range-extended electric vehicles (REEVs) in Birmingham and Southampton to overcome the range limitations it said pure electric delivery vehicles can face reaching depots or warehouses based outside the city centre.
RHA has slammed a move by councils to fine truck drivers for weight infringements as nothing more than a cash generator.
Freight in the City Expo is back with a bang this 6 November, with an exciting line-up of urban logistics experts exploring the latest trends, policy and technology for city deliveries.
TfL is inviting operators to attend the fourth annual LoCITY conference, taking place on 25 September at London’s Oval.
As the latest Driver CPC deadline looms, the DVSA insisted this week that technical problems with its website will not delay drivers receiving their DQC cards.
Eddie Stobart Logistics (ESL) may be forced to seek a new injection of capital to ease investor concerns over mounting debts, an equity analyst has told motortransport.co.uk
Clean air zones could deliver £6.5bn of economic returns but only if polluting private cars are banned and the government boosts its funding for the schemes, according to research commissioned by a group of council leaders.
How close are we to seeing hydrogen powered trucks on UK roads? Selwyn Parker investigates.
A substantial fire and a significantly loss-making contract were two of the main causes behind the administration of Lincolnshire waste haulage firm Mid-UK Recycling (MUK), according to PWC.