Northampton-based EM Rogers (Transport) said its Dutch business was expected to have “an increasingly significant role” as it looked to an uncertain future post-Brexit. In its latest financial results for the year ending 31 January 2020, the haulage and truck sales firm said increased border controls would have a damaging effect on the company’s ability to maximise profits and it remained to be seen how much it would be impacted by any increase in bureaucracy. But it added: “However, the […]
Benton Bros (Transport) reported a £190,000 pre-tax loss last year as the Lincolnshire haulier faced increased costs.
A Glasgow operator has been disqualified and had his licence revoked after a traffic commissioner heard about “the worst case of breaching the drivers’ hours rules” he’d ever seen.
How will transport and logistics look after Covid-19 has eventually receded? There is no shortage of companies who would like the answer to that question and visitors to the Commercial Motor Show conference gained some valuable insight in a special panel discussion.