Clipper Logistics’ latest annual pre-tax profits took a hit after it agreed – following lengthy debates with its auditors – that a series of contracts signed at the end of the financial year should be included in the following year’s accounts.
“Historical mismanagement” combined with operating licence “issues”, Brexit and rising fuel prices led to Aspray Transport’s demise, according to a letter sent by the firm’s owners to its employees.
A leaked government dossier that predicts months of delays at ports and shortages of some foods and medicines in the event of a no-deal Brexit is not “scaremongering” and supports the RHA’s long-held concerns, chief executive Richard Burnett said this week.
The long-awaited HSE guidance on the handling of tail-lift delivery pallet weights is facing further delay and will not be published until the end of the year, Motortransport.co.uk has learned.
Proposals for either a charging clean air zone (CAZ) or tolls on Tyneside’s city centre bridges are going back to the drawing board after a public consultation revealed strong opposition to both plans.
The third generation of family firm Farrall’s Group has stepped forward to take over the reins of the business.
Europa Worldwide Group has promoted two of its team to the new roles of group recruitment and talent manager, and deputy head of property and facilities.
In the first month of operation 13% of all trucks entering London’s Ultra-Low Emission Zone each day weren’t Euro-6, motortransport.co.uk has learnt.
The long-awaited publication of the HSE’s updated tail-lift delivery guidance is facing further delay, some five years after HSE launched a review.
Watson Fuels has launched a phased replacement programme for its 350-strong fleet, which has already seen 58 new DAF rigid trucks enter service with another 30 more due this month.