Trailer manufacturer Don-Bur has put the business on ice for the next three weeks and furloughed the majority of its workforce. The move aims to ensure staff and customer safety during the COVI-19 pandemic and comes in the light of 5.4% of the company’s 500-strong staff having gone into precautionary self-isolation. In a statement the manufacturer, based in Stoke-on-Trent, said it is hoping to re-open on 14 April. It added: “This means that the main manufacturing plant and service depots […]
The risk of being involved in a breakdown on a stretch of all-lanes running (ALR) smart motorway is 216% higher than on a standard motorway because there is no hard shoulder for drivers to move to, according to a damning new report.
International hauliers are breathing a sigh of relief after the government was forced to delay the introduction of border checks on imports until October.
Yodel has reversed its decision to sack licensed security staff at its Hatfield depot and allegedly try to replace them with lower paid non-Security Industry Authority (SIA) licenced personnel.