A haulage operator has condemned the actions of a parking control firm that targeted one of its trucks on an Enfield industrial estate while the country was in lockdown.
DHL Supply Chain has expressed surprise at allegations by the GMB union that it was failing to provide sanitation at its Swindon distribution centre, and denied claims that staff had walked out.
Furlough rules are needlessly preventing thousands of HGV drivers from delivering personal protective equipment (PPE) to millions of nurses and doctors, according to the RHA.
George Allinson (Transport) in Darlington increased revenues by 8.4% last year, thanks mainly to an increase in warehouse income.
Amazon has been given the green light to operate a temporary HGV park in Rosyth in order to service its nearby fulfilment centre.
The DVSA has suspended dangerous goods vehicle (ADR) inspections in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Rules surrounding Driver CPC training have been relaxed during the COVID-19 pandemic for drivers struggling to complete the training.
Clipper Logistics has revealed it has been inundated with requests from customers to provide supply chain support, while dealing with criticism by employees that it was failing to implement social distancing policies.
Transport for London (TfL) has told motortransport.co.uk a postponement to the Direct Vision Standard is being kept under consideration as concerns grow that manufacturers will struggle to fulfil vehicle orders.
Pollock (Scotrans) said enhanced customer relationships and new contracts helped it increase turnover by 4% last year.