The government is to spend £93m on major road upgrades as part of its attempts to “level up” the country.
Logistics UK said it was “cautiously optimistic” that the government’s solution to checks on food consignments moving from Great Britain to Northern Ireland will help prevent delays.
Fagan & Whalley has announced a company restructure, boosting its board of directors from two to six people.
Carbon emissions generated by online shopping are more than a third lower than those produced by visiting bricks and mortar stores, according to latest research.
Brittany Ferries has urged firms to send unaccompanied trailers via ports on the western channel designed to receive driverless loads, as demand rises.
Europa Worldwide Group said the pandemic had “shone a light on logistics”, which had translated into a bumper crop of school leavers and graduates keen to pursue sales roles in the industry.
Commercial vehicle manufacturing fell 15.5% in 2020, in what the SMMT said was “the worst year in a lifetime”.
European operators with less than 20 vehicles see limited benefits in reducing their carbon emissions and lack the basic capabilities to address the issue, according to a new report by online transport platform provider Transporeon.
Employers should recognise the growing impact of the pandemic on their drivers’ mental health and check that staff are fit to drive alongside daily walkaround checks, according to FleetCheck.
Waller Transport Services has simplified its tracking system with the launch of a GPS-enabled software application.