Logistics UK said it was “extremely concerned” at moves by the government to fine HGV drivers who enter Kent without a negative Covid-19 test. Ministers aim to stave off traffic chaos at the county’s ports by imposing £150 penalties on international lorry drivers entering Kent without first obtaining a negative test. But in response to the laying of the government’s statutory instrument in Parliament today (22 January) on fines for HGV drivers, Elizabeth de Jong, Logistics UK policy director, said […]
All traffic commissioner public inquiries have been postponed until further notice in light of the COVID-19 pandemic.
A Midlands haulage company wants to build on vacant land in Walsall and park up to 40 HGVs as part of an expansion plan that will create new jobs.
Distribution specialist Archbold Logistics said it had largely mitigated the effects of Covid-19, due to the varying nature of the products it transports for its customers.