The Direct Vision Standard (DVS) could spark disaster for supply chains, with European hauliers not prepared to deliver into London, according to Kent-based Rendrive Haulage. The company is pleading with the mayor to review its implementation after MD Tony O’Malley said he had been told by its continental partners that they were refusing to deliver materials into the capital. He said: “We run construction consolidation centres within the M25, which are detailed on the TfL [Transport for London] consolidation centre […]
An operator that received a £550 fine after his driver breached the London Lorry Control Scheme (LLCS) said the preferred route would have added 30 miles to his journey and increased carbon emissions.
Laser Transport International increased its turnover and profits before it was snapped up by Currie Solutions Group last year.
London bulk haulier McGee has bought 10 Scania L Series 8×4 low height tippers equipped with Thompsons all-steel Loadmaster bodies. The FORS Gold operator wanted to future proof its London operation against anticipated tightening of the Direct Vision Standard in 2024 with these low height cabs.