The freight arm of the National Vehicle Crime Intelligence Service (NaVCIS) is warning that it is “critically short of funds” and in danger of closing down by October this year. The warning comes as freight thefts continue to rise across the country with 1,528 HGV and cargo crime related offences reported so far this year, worth around £26.4m. NaVCIS Freight’s role is to gather data on freight crimes and look for trends and tactics to support national and cross border […]
Clipper Logistics has won a contract to operate an efulfilment solution for the trading arm of military charity Help for Heroes.
Warwickshire Police using a Highways England HGV detected 211 driving offences during a five-day operation between 14-18 September.