Meachers Global Logistics has signed a partnership deal with Geest Line which will see it consolidate and deliver the shipping company’s goods to the Portsmouth Docks.
Howard Tenens Logistics’ first full year of trading delivered more than £66m in turnover and pre-tax profits of £4.7m.
Ipswich-based Go Freight Transport has closed its doors and appointed an insolvency practitioner.
The deadline to enter the 2020 Motor Transport Awards has been extended to 5pm on 6 March.
CEMEX is ramping up its efforts to cut its carbon emissions under a new strategy launched this week.
Doctors on Wheels is circumventing a DVLA ban on its D4 medicals by offering HGV drivers medicals with self-employed doctors, MT has learnt.
A national survey of road freight operators on the impact of clean air zones (CAZs) has been launched by the All-Party Parliamentary Group for Road Freight and Logistics as part of its first inquiry of the new parliamentary session.
Hundreds of millions of pounds raised by employers and intended to pay for apprentices has not been used and has instead paid back to the government, according to figures released under the Freedom of Information act.
Classifying HGV drivers as ‘low skilled’ and refusing potential applicants from getting visas could cause the industry to grind to a halt, business groups have warned.
The shortage of LGV drivers in the UK is heading towards crisis point as a “perfect storm” of circumstances will see the current 50,000 gap in the workforce widen unless rates of pay and working conditions are rapidly improved, according to recruitment specialist Driver Require.