A Scottish transport company is threatening to move its business south of the border after the council claimed it had been operating illegally for four years. Chilled and ambient haulier JHP Transport in Rigside, south west Scotland, told motortransport.co.uk it would move its 130-strong workforce and 31 HGVs if South Lanarkshire Council did not see sense and grant it retrospective planning permission. Problems began when the council discovered that the company had not applied for a change in use of […]
Potter Logistics has welcomed the recent decision by Selby District Council to approve a hitherto controversial planning application for Olympia Park in Yorkshire, where it has a 62-acre distribution centre and rail freight terminal.
Somerset’s Peter Green Haulage said a focus on fleet utilisation and reducing high fixed costs helped boost turnover by more than 10% last year, to £17m.
The Scottish Government has launched a national low-emission strategy consultation, which could pave the way for London-style low emission zones within two years.