Felixstowe-based Multimodal Logistics has been ordered to pay £1.1m to trustees of a workplace pension after losing a bid to appeal a High Court ruling. The haulier and China Shipping (U.K.) Agency was found liable by the High Court last year to pay £1.1m and £6.6m, respectively, to PS Independent Trustees, which brought the litigation. A bid by both companies to appeal the High Court ruling was rejected this month by Marie Bancroft-Rimmer, a Master of the Court of Appeal. […]
Police officers are appealing for witnesses after £5m of Apple products were stolen from a lorry during a robbery on the M1 motorway in Northamptonshire.
A police operation which used an unmarked lorry to target large commercial vehicles in the Lincolnshire area of the A1 has resulted in 32 trucks being stopped over a three-day period.
The DfT has confirmed that trucks using equipment designed to cut their emissions, such as aerodynamic flaps, will soon be allowed to run up to a GVW of 45 tonnes.