Best practice advice for operators involved in the collection and delivery of vehicles has been produced to keep the supply chain moving during the lockdown. After the Department for Transport (DfT) wrote to the industry’s trade associations making it clear that the work of the logistics sector “should continue to the greatest extent possible through the COVID-19 crisis”, the BVRLA is urging dealerships and agents to start moving vehicles again. It said the move was necessary “in order to unclog […]
Testing truck drivers in Kent for Covid-19 will have a huge impact on the supply chain and will be extremely expensive, according to the RHA.
A six-year-old boy’s message of love for lorries and the NHS during lockdown has been delivered, thanks to his mum’s day job at Pallet-Track.
UK commercial vehicle (CV) manufacturing decreased by 1.9% in November, with 8,605 units rolling off production lines, according to figures published this week by the Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders (SMMT).