Transport for London (TfL) is exhorting operators to follow the example of delivery firm Whistl and get their fleets ready for the introduction of its Direct Vision Standard (DVS).
The Commercial Motor Show has been formally opened by Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State in the Department for Transport, Baroness Vere of Norbiton (pictured), and chief executive of the RHA, Richard Burnett, introduced by Commercial Motor editor Will Shiers.
Kammac saw its pre-tax profit more than double last year after a strategic move to increase its warehouse capacity drove up volumes in the pharmaceutical sector.
Seaborne Freight has appointed a voluntary liquidator and will go out of business owing almost £2m.
Warwickshire Police using a Highways England HGV detected 211 driving offences during a five-day operation between 14-18 September.
The Road Haulage Association and Logistics UK have joined forces with 31 other road haulage associations across Europe to urge negotiators on all sides to agree a deal on Brexit.
Logistics firm Davies Turner has leapt 42 places to 119th position in the latest Sunday Times PwC Top Track 250 league table.
The Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders (SMMT) has launched a scheme to help save jobs across the UK automotive industry and its supply chain, as firms in the sector battle the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic.
TfL is set to enforce the Direct Vision Standard (DVS) and tighten the London-wide Low Emission Zone (LEZ) from 1 March 2021, despite industry calls for both schemes to be further delayed during the pandemic.