Cramlington-based Moody Logistics and Storage is boosting its driver numbers by supporting candidates from outside the industry and with the launch of a fast track HGV driver apprenticeship programme, the company reported this week. New recruits include a former insurance broker and a taxi driver, who are now driving 44 tonners for Moody Logistics, after gaining their Class 1 HGV licences. The family-run firm said both candidates’ swift transition to a new career offers hope to other transport companies affected […]
It’s strictly business for Shears Bros (Transport) after it appointed a ballroom dancing enthusiast as the firm’s new business development manager.
A college in Essex has purchased two Renault HGVs to highlight a career in logistics to students and also provide them with driver training.
Richard Burnett’s decision to resign as RHA chief executive has taken the industry by surprise and been greeted with dismay by many operators.