The UK’s oldest Mercedes-Benz commercial vehicle dealer has marked its 50th anniversary by opening a truck-dedicated workshop in Derby.
West Bromwich firm New Generation Courier (NGC) Logistics, which provided services across the UK and Europe, has entered administration.
DHL supermarket deliveries of coffee were looking increasngly uncertain this week after the Unite union escalated its threat against Jacobs Douwe Egberts (JDE) and announced overtime bans among staff from next month.
John G Russell (Transport) said it had benefitted from months of empty roads over the last year, which helped boost fleet productivity, fuel consumption and would result in strong financial results.
Fagan & Whalley’s growth plans continue apace, with the logistics company intending to expand into additional warehousing space this spring.
Europa Worldwide Group has entered The Sunday Times top 100 list of private companies with the fastest-growing profits for the first time.
Tiger Trailers clawed its way out of the worst of last year’s pandemic to turn in a financial performance it said was “the best in our history”.
Inadequate notice by employers of changing shift patterns in haulage and warehousing is damaging workers’ health and destroying family lives, according to trade union Unite.
Carrier Transicold is launching a telematics platform for its customers, claiming it will give them improved connectivity throughout the cold chain.
Bartrums Group has added another 20 fifth-generation Mercedes-Benz Actros tractor units to its fleet following an order of 11 it commissioned last year.