Lye-based Andyfreight is looking to recruit staff and expand its premises after seeing demand soar by more than 44% during the pandemic. The family firm has purchased two derelict warehouses close to its existing Lye premises to create extra warehousing space and yard facilities for an additional 30 articulated vehicles. Andyfreight will also use the additional space to increase its barcode and scanning capabilities to help manage stock for customers, as part of wider plans to expand beyond its core […]
Whistl has revealed plans to transfer to a new 78,000sq ft depot at Bristol Patchway in 2021.
Local roads in England and Wales are resurfaced on average once every 70 years and the repair backlog has now topped £12bn, according to a survey highlighting the scale of the problem faced by highways engineers.
North West local authority St Helens said it had become the UK’s first owner of an OEM hydrogen fuel cell powered refuse truck, the Faun Bluepower.