A hunt for a refrigerated lorry on the A14 and M11 this week began after three men called the police to say they were suffocating in the back and struggling to breathe. The vehicle, thought to have travelled from France, was eventually found at Brampton Hut services just before 4.30pm on 17 February. The three men were safe and not injured and Cambridgeshire police said their welfare was now being handled by the immigration services. It said incidents like this […]
Operators have welcomed the relaunch of Truckpol, the road freight crime intelligence unit that closed after its funding was cut in 2012.
Kent police said border checks were returning to normal after an operation at Dover port prompted the implementation of Operation Stack and six-hour queues.
Give hauliers grants to cover cost of shipping empty trailers to Northern Ireland, Logistics UK tells ministers
Logistics UK met with key government members this week to demand hauliers be given grants to cover the cost of empty running created by Brexit border issues.