Government plans to avoid border chaos in the Brexit transition period with an Operation Stack alternative are in danger of being delayed, the National Audit Office (NAO) has warned this week.
Contingency plans to fast track cross-border permits for hauliers in the event of a hard Brexit have been put in place by the government.
The future of the Principle Pallet Network is in the balance with an investors meeting due at the end of this month to decide its fate, MT has learnt.
Same day courier service CitySprint has taken on former Royal Mail regional manager Craig Eddy as director of operations.
Associated British Ports (ABP) has added 11 new Fruehauf Smoothside Sloper bulk tipping trailers to its fleet as part of a £3m fleet investment programme at the Port of Hull.
Bridgend-based John Raymond Transport has returned to profit for the first time since being acquired by Irish haulier Nolan Transport almost two years ago.
Falls in the value of sterling in the wake of the EU referendum have continued to hit Laser Transport International, which saw its pre-tax profit plunge by 64% last year.
The government faces “significant challenges” in getting its customs declaration system up and running in time for Brexit, according to the National Audit Office (NAO).
Maxi Haulage is on course to deliver “acceptable” profit levels this year after driver wage rises and a steep hike in shipping costs to Ireland saw the firm’s pre-tax profit take a 41% hit in 2017.
FairFuelUK is calling on operators to lobby their MPs to attend a parliamentary inquiry that will look at alternative ways of reducing emissions without the need for ultra-low emission zones (ULEZ) and fuel taxes.