Next-generation Cycle-Safe technology will be launched at Freight in the City Expo next month, for those operators in the market for a vulnerable road user (VRU) detection system for their urban fleets.
YoYo MultiDrops is an exciting new urban delivery innovation making its debut appearance at Freight in the City Expo on 6 November in London.
Birmingham-based PGS Global Logistics is growing its own talent pool through a driver recruitment campaign dubbed “Not Your Average Joe’ which aims to attract younger candidates to train as HGV drivers.
Volvo Trucks is inviting you to visit ‘Vera’ at this year’s Freight in the City Expo on 6 November in London.
Operation Brock will come into force on October 28, three days ahead of the UK’s withdrawal date from the EU, DfT has announced.
Dobbs Logistics has left The Pallet Network (TPN) after 17 years to join Pallet-Track.
Work has started on Europa Worldwide Group’s new £60m, future-proofed 715,000 sq ft logistics facility at Midlands Logistics Park in Corby.
Two directors of Wisbech-based haulage firm HL & RV Anderson have been sentenced after being found guilty of committing a £130,000 tax fraud. Cambridge Crown Court heard that between July 2012 and June 2015 Barry Anderson and Christopher Alecock told employees that National Insurance Contributions (NICs) and income tax totalling £58,968.87 had been deducted from their wages, when in reality these deductions had not been made. An HMRC investigation also revealed that both Alecock and Anderson had used a deregistered […]
The co-founder of Wisbech-based Heathcliff Haulage has received a nine-month suspended jail sentence for breaching his directoral disqualification by continuing to act as a director and launching a second haulage company. Norwich Crown Court heard that Heath Noel-Storr was disqualified as a director on 5 January 2012 after the company, which was a Palletways member, ran up debts of £641,201, mainly owed to HMRC. As a result, the firm appointed administrators to reduce debt and keep the company operating. Despite […]
Welsh haulier Mansel Davies has pleaded guilty to 19 counts of forgery and counterfeiting maintenance documents for HGVs. Additional charges against MD Stephen Mansel Davies have been dropped. The case, heard at Swansea Crown Court last month, relates to charges that were brought against Stephen Mansel Davies and employee Jonathan Wyn Phillips at a hearing in June. Mansel Davies was accused of 19 offences of making false periodic maintenance inspection sheets for vehicles between 1 October 2017 and 14 February […]