Newell and Wright Transport (NWT) has reopened a disused rail terminal in a bid to cut its carbon footprint and increase rail freight services. The Tinsley Marshalling Yard, which sits half in Rotherham and half in Sheffield, welcomed its first train into the yard this week from Maersk, since it fell into decline in the 1980s. NWT said it worked “night and day” to get the site back on track, with resurfacing, inserting new rails and working on the roads […]
Logistics business groups have welcomed the Chancellor of the Exchequer’s series of measures to get the economy back on its feet, but warned that further initiatives are needed to prevent a slew of job losses.
New vans running on petrol and diesel will not be sold in the UK from 2030 as the government forges ahead with its “extremely aggressive” phase out of conventional combustion engines.
A fully electric refuse truck has taken to the streets in Gloucestershire in a bid to make the entire district carbon neutral.