Ryder has supported Polish food wholesaler Spizarnia with its first vehicle contract hire agreement for the supply of Euro-6 trucks.
An investor sizing up Eddie Stobart Logistics (ESL) for a potential purchase opportunity has been granted another extension to the deadline to make an offer.
Employment agency Manpower has told hauliers struggling to fill job vacancies that the problem will only get worse unless they change their workforce strategies.
Renault Trucks returns to Freight in the City Expo at Alexandra Palace, London on 6 November 2019 with a line-up that debuts the new Master red EDITION, showcases its 100% electric ZE range from 3.1 to 26 tonnes, and reinvigorates its focus on innovative, energy-efficient commercial vehicles for the municipal sector.
A government review is to investigate claims by recovery operators and hauliers that soaring vehicle roadside recovery costs are being driven by the high level of fees taken by the managing agencies running the schemes for Highways England and the police.
Fowler Welch has secured a new contract with Wensleydale Creamery, makers of Yorkshire Wensleydale cheese.
The logistics sector has been offered expert advice on how to attract and develop a new and more diverse workforce after the FTA’s annual Skills Report revealed the driver shortage figure has risen to 59,000 from 52,000 in 2018.
DAF Trucks is showcasing an 18-tonne LF 230 FA skip-loader chassis, fuelled by hydro-treated vegetable oil (HVO) at Freight in the City next week.
Hauliers will be left picking up the bill if Bristol City Council gets the go-ahead to allow private cars free access to most of its Clean Air Zone whilst charging non-compliant HGVs £100 a day, the FTA warned this week.
Operation Brock, launched yesterday in preparation for a no-deal Brexit, will be stood down as soon as possible, Highways England has confirmed.