Trading of DX Group’s shares on AIM has been “temporarily suspended” pending publication of the company’s annual audited accounts.
Tesco has added two fully electric articulated HGVs to its fleet to transport food and other products 30 miles from the Wentloog rail terminal outside Cardiff to Tesco’s distribution centre in Magor in Wales.
Europa Worldwide Group chief executive Andrew Baxter (pictured), who terminated his company’s membership of the RHA in October after slamming its handling of the petrol pump crisis and Brexit, has welcomed the departure of RHA chief executive Richard Burnett.
The DVLA is launching a campaign to warn operators, employers and driver agencies that it is a criminal offence to gain unauthorised access to driver data via the View Driving Licence (VDL) service.
Scottish haulier Inverdell has expanded its fleet to ensure it can meet rising demand, particularly during the busy Christmas period in the general and temperature controlled freight sector.
Hauliers are preparing to lobby ministers after their request for greater funding of the Urban Driver Apprenticeship was rejected by the Institute for Apprenticeships and Technical Education (IFATE), despite their warning that the low level of funding will deter operators from offering the apprenticeship and further exacerbate the HGV driver crisis.
Perishable Movements Limited (PML) has more than quadrupled its fleet of lorries to cater for growing demand in the perishable goods sector.
The HSE has has issued a safety alert concerning swing-up stabilisers on lorry loader cranes after a number of fatalities linked to their use.
Trailer manufacturer Montracon has been fined £172,500 for safety breaches after a worker suffered head injuries after falling from a stepladder.
A tired DHL delivery driver is likely to have died in a crash due to falling asleep at the wheel near the end of his shift, Derby Coroner’s Court heard.