Scania has stopped offering would-be professional drivers HGV licence acquisition training because the market has become “highly competitive”. It was the first truck manufacturer to deliver the service, but according to the company it has now taken the decision to stop. Paul Johnson, Scania (Great Britain) general manager – connected, driver and fleet services, said: “In terms of Scania Driver Services, nothing is changing – Scania’s driver training, familiarisation programmes and ongoing coaching services will all continue to operate in […]
Cambridgeshire transport and storage provider Knowles Transport managed to generate an 11.4% pre-tax profit margin in the year to the end of December 2013 despite a sharp drop in turnover, figures logged recently at Companies House have shown.
Nagel Langdons has placed a bumper order of 205 Scania trucks, as it chooses the manufacturer as its preferred supplier for 2019/20.
The government has finally given the go-ahead to a Trailblazer apprenticeship for lorry drivers after it was submitted for the third time last month.