Subcontractors have slammed Fowler Welch’s plans to review rates in the midst of the COVID-19 crisis.
Abbey Logistics is topping up its frontline workers’ sick pay to ensure they do not feel the need to continue to work if they need to self-isolate during the COVID-19 outbreak.
Andrew Baxter (pictured), MD of Europa Worldwide Group, has revealed the pressures transport and logistics companies are facing in the wake of the coronavirus outbreak.
Transport for London (TfL) has told motortransport.co.uk a postponement to the Direct Vision Standard is being kept under consideration as concerns grow that manufacturers will struggle to fulfil vehicle orders.
Pollock (Scotrans) said enhanced customer relationships and new contracts helped it increase turnover by 4% last year.
Training provider Fleet Source has confirmed all its classroom-based courses have been cancelled until July, following criticism from one haulier that it was pressing ahead amid a viral pandemic.
Expiration dates for the Safe Loading Pass Scheme (SLPS) have been extended until 25 July in order to help hauliers continue to run smoothly during the COVID-19 pandemic.
A haulage boss whose staff deliver to DHL’s Nisa depot in Scunthorpe said its drivers were being put at risk by the absence of social distancing taking place at the site.
Hauliers working for Aggregate Industries (AI) have been hit with a 3% reduction in their rates after the construction materials supplier said fuel prices had plummeted.
Food transport provider Nagel Langdons increased revenues by 7% to £160.9m in the year ending 31 December 2019.