Bath’s clean air zone (CAZ) plans could be delayed after the council received an unprecedented number of responses to its consultation with significant numbers demanding mitigation measures for local businesses and residents.
Lloyd Fraser Holdings has delivered a mixed performance in what it described as a “very challenging” and price driven market.
Connect Group-owned Smith News has renewed a major deal with magazine importer Seymour Distribution worth almost £400m.
The “sluggish” approach some hauliers are taking to preparing for Brexit is shocking, according to Morrison Freight MD Lee Steward.
A rate cut on a major contract with Debenhams, combined with the owner’s long-term absence due to serious illness, helped tip haulier PMP-Forward into administration, according to Portland Business Recovery.
Clipper Logistics has extended its deal with Asda for both one-man and two-man fulfilment for the supermarket giant’s general merchandise and George product ranges.
Non-Euro 6 trucks will be charged £50 a day to enter the Birmingham Clean Air Zone (CAZ), after council leaders approved the latest proposals today (11 December).
The expense of retrofitting non-Euro-6 HGVs to meet clean air zone (CAZ) standards has prompted a leading manufacturer to rule out developing retrofit systems for all but specialist trucks.
Adrian Bradley has left Pall-Ex where he was operations director to lead Fortec as its first MD since 2014.
Charging non-compliant HGVs £100 to enter Southampton’s clean air zone (CAZ) is excessive, according to many of the city’s residents.