A Felixstowe-based transport and warehousing company collapsed following a decision by the nearby port to terminate its storage agreement, according to administrators.
A survey of UK companies has found more than half are now considering expanding into new global markets as a result of Covid-19.
Unsurprising and yet stark figures from the SMMT show that just 15 commercial vehicles rolled off GB production lines in April.
Abbey Logistics has reported pre-tax losses of £3.67m for the year to 29 June 2019, after a restated loss of £4.42m in the previous year.
Goodyear has introduced a new KMAX T GEN-2 trailer tyre, offering greater mileage, longer life and radio frequency identification (RFID) connectivity.
The Driver and Vehicle Standards Agency has confirmed that the suspension of annual testing of heavy vehicles has been extended to include vehicles due for test shortly.
PPE products are getting to the front line of the NHS thanks to Saffron Walden’s Garrett Transport, which is playing its part in keeping Britain moving.
Logistics firms need to learn from the Covid-19 pandemic and guard against “knee-jerk reactions”, according to KPMG supply chain expert Maureen O’Shea.
A fully integrated vehicle telematics and camera system is providing one fleet operator with a training programme that it claimed had reduced accidents by almost a quarter.
Free 15-minute consultations for companies emerging from the Covid-19 crisis are being offered on a first come, first served basis.