A haulier within the AET Transport Group of companies has been placed into liquidation following sustained losses compounded by the impact of the coronavirus. Andrew Trotter, AET Transport MD, told motortransport.co.uk its Andover operation closed on 9 May and all staff were made redundant. He said: “The Andover depot is the only part of AET that has been affected with the downturn in business, partly due to the Covid-19 problem but it has been loss making for some time and […]
MV Commercial has urged hauliers to keep up regular truck maintenance checks following the DVSA’s decision to suspend commercial vehicle MOTs for three months.
From 1 January, standard O-licence holders will be required to demonstrate an increased level of financial facilities, after the drop in the value of value of the pound following the EU referendum.
Kinaxia Logistics chief executive Simon Hobbs (pictured) has welcomed today’s (March 11) Budget in which the Chancellor promised that the NHS will get “whatever it needs, whatever it costs” to tackle the coronavirus outbreak.