Freight in the City Expo opened its doors to visitors once more at London’s Alexandra Palace on Tuesday 28 September.
M&H Carriers has struck a deal with John Lewis to make use of its warehouse in Aberdeen as it caters for an increase in demand for deliveries in Scotland’s north east.
Telematics firm Microlise saw revenue rise by 14% to £57m in the 12 months to 30 June 2021, as haulage firms strove for fleet efficiencies.
Rainham’s Forest Freight has spied a business opportunity caused by a mass build-up of containers at nearby DP World London Gateway and is offering a new service bringing them back to its depot.
Building consolidation centres close to where people live and work is key to the future of UK logistics, according to property developer Prologis UK, which is funding a report into the future of freight.
Walker Logistics has appointed Adrian Skirrow (pictured) as its new head of operations, overseeing all administrative and operational processes at its Berkshire site.
Volvo Trucks is addressing the transformation to electric transport with a global online event on 12 October at 2pm.
Pallet-Track is calling for the Driver CPC to be suspended in order to encourage HGV drivers back into the industry and back behind the wheel.
Insurers cannot rule out a rise in premiums for hauliers as a result of the government’s plan to speed up HGV driving tests to help resolve the skills shortage.
There has been “a high number” of enquiries from international HGV drivers wanting to come to the UK and capitalise on the temporary visa scheme, according to a Harrogate law firm.