The Malcolm Group is planning to boost its fleet of longer semi-trailers (LSTs) as the government gives the green light to their widespread use on Britain’s roads. The company has put in an order for 63 LST licences as the DfT moves to bring the long-running trial of over 2,600 of the vehicles to an early end following positive results. LSTs, which are two metres longer than conventional heavy goods vehicles, can carry two more rows of pallets or three […]
Maritime Transport has taken delivery of six Lawrence David curtain-sided trailers in Decathlon livery.
The DfT remains fully committed to conducting a lorry platoon trial this year on UK roads, despite Daimler’s announcement this week that the commercial benefits of the technology appear negligible.
A local haulier has warned Bath and North East Somerset (B&NES) council that its decison to launch a clean air zone (CAZ) in the city will significantly lengthen HGV journey times as drivers seek out alternative routes to avoid being charged.