Norfolk haulier Roger Warnes Transport said it was prepared to fight Parking Eye in court after it issued countless numbers of fines despite the company insisting it had paid for its parking.
Hauliers will stop bringing goods into the UK if the government ploughs on with proposals to levy fines of £2,000 per stowaway found in vehicles, regardless of the security measures taken, Logistics UK has warned.
Through shrewd acquisitions, Culina Group chief executive Thomas van Mourik has built a logistics business boasting a turnover of over £1bn. But as far as he’s concerned, it’s all just an enjoyable hobby.
More than 118,000 HGV tests are required to take place over the next 12 months if a skills black hole caused by the pandemic is to be plugged, according to research carried out by the Logistics Skills Network (LSN).
Nearly half of all overhead power line incidents last year were caused by haulage firms, according to UK Power Networks (UKPN).
Police in Suffolk said it was “extremely frustrating” that large numbers of HGV drivers are breaking the law, after officers detected over 350 traffic offences in just five days.
Electric HGV maker Volta Trucks has announced an increase in its line-up by launching ECVs ranging from 7.5 to 19-tonnes.
Family-owned haulier Shipley Transport Services has rewarded the first class service it receives from Volvo and extended its relationship with four new fuel-efficient FHs with I-Save tractor units.
DPD’s vehicles are being used as mobile air quality monitors, measuring the amount of harmful particles in six UK cities to help councils with their policy making.
The most expensive route for truckers in Europe is the A6:A7 Paris to Marseille toll road, with a one-way journey costing just over £305, according to hire firm Northgate.