The pandemic has been enough to prompt feelings of anxiety and fear in most people, but a survey from a mental health support service has found significantly high levels of worry among transport professionals about a return to the workplace.
With the use of employee-facing mobile applications in the transport sector rocketing, new research reveals that so too has the number of complaints from end users about their functionality.
Hermes is taking part in a trial to find out how other road users interact with an apparently driverless van, in order to discover if autonomous vehicles might help their business.
Yodel is grafting hard to ensure gifts for Father’s Day arrive on time this year, with research suggesting the rise in online purchases remains higher than ever.
The job of an HGV driver is not eligible for the Shortage Occupation List and the industry needs to focus instead on filling roles from the ballooning UK unemployed, according to the government.
Advanced Supply Chain Group (ASCG) has invested in a 346,000 sq ft warehouse in Sheffield, which it said will create hundreds of jobs and supports its expansion plans.
Driving theory test centres across the UK are being relocated after the DVSA split the contract for managing the service between two companies.
Clugston Distribution Services (CDS) has swooped for Hull-based Trans 2 Logistics in a pre-pack sale that saved 18 jobs.
Profits increased at removals firm Pickfords Move Management last year, but the impact of Covid-19 knocked almost a fifth off its turnover.
A coroner has asked the DVSA and a Nottinghamshire haulage firm to respond to concerns about securing loads on tipper lorries, after a motorist died when a lump of concrete smashed through his windscreen.