Delivery firm ArrowXL has landed a contract with logistics giant DG International to provide warehousing and home delivery services.
The FTA has refuted the European Commission’s claim that logistics firms will save a total of €500m (£447m) through increased efficiencies due to the introduction of a new generation of smart tachographs.
Volkswagen has scaled back its IPO ambitions for its truck division Traton Group, which includes the brands MAN and Scania, and is now offering 15% of the company’s shares.
The City of London will launch its first Zero Emission Zones (ZEZ) by 2022 with the rest of the Square Mile following suit by 2030.
Europa Worldwide Group has spent £2m expanding its Dartford hub to cope with any customs backlog after Brexit.
Waste management company Biffa is fitting live cameras to more than 80 vehicles on two major refuse and recycling contracts with East Sussex and Waverley councils.
Millions of pounds of unspent apprenticeship funding is in danger of being diverted into the Treasury’s coffers, with many operators unaware that they can transfer a quarter of their funding to subcontractors to help pay for their apprenticeship schemes.
Eddie Stobart Logistics (ESL) has extended its reach in the bulk sector after clinching a five year deal with Lallemand Biofuels and Distilled Spirits (LBDS).
Greenergy, one of the UK’s largest suppliers of transport fuel, is being investigated by the Serious Fraud Office (SFO) concerning “certain aspects” of biodiesel trading.
Royal Mail is to roll out 1,400 parcel postboxes across the UK in a move to win a greater share of the online shopping market.