Here we are at the end of yet another year and the time when the MT cost tables appear.
Nagel Langdons understands the value of offering top-quality training and development to new recruits, and its formal apprenticeship programme is paying dividends, for the staff and the company. But the firm’s HR director was still stunned to be handed the Apprenticeship of the Year trophy at the Motor Transport Awards 2019.
CitySprint is donating its 90th van to homeless charity Crisis at Christmas, as part of its ninth year of partnership.
ELB Partners has retained the Fleet Operator Recognition Scheme (FORS) Gold standard, the top accolade for safety and environmental best practice in the logistics sector, for the sixth consecutive year.
The van parc has grown at around 5% annually, offering users convenience – and an escape from tachograph regulation. But should they be subject to the same enforcement regime as HGVs?
EV Cargo company Palletforce has become the first pallet network to offer a next-day service to the Isle of Wight with the addition of Hampshire-based Steve Porter Transport.
The transport manager of a haulage business which lost its O-licence after relying on self-employed drivers – against the current advice of HMRC – has warned other businesses to seek clarification about the rules.
Pall-Ex has been helping a local Christmas tree wholesaler reduce the miles from forest to front door by transporting products nationwide via its pallet network.
The FTA has given a guarded reaction to news that MPs have voted through Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s plan for the UK to leave the EU on 31 January 2020.
Hauliers should consider inserting a “Brexit clause” into their contracts if they’re transporting goods across borders – or risk being tied into unaffordable agreements, according to a top business lawyer.