Gregory Distribution has purchased Glasgow and Inverness transport firm Highland Haulage, extending its reach in the UK.
HGV drivers delivering NHS equipment and supplies are being paid “an industry low” of £10.24 an hour, according to the Unite union, which is urging their employer to resolve a pay dispute.
John Mitchell (Grangemouth)’s investment in the next generation is coming to fruition after it recruited five new members to spearhead the business in the coming years.
Swedish technology startup Volta has appointed a new chief executive to replace the current CEO and founder Carl-Magnus Norden.
More than two weeks of strike action by UPS drivers working on an Argos contract are due to start this month with a long-running pay dispute showing no signs of being resolved.
Tevva is ramping up series production of its 12-tonne electric commercial vehicle after being boosted by “universally positive” feedback at last month’s Freight in the City (FiTC).
A guide to brake testing for operators struggling to understand their reports has been produced to cut through “engineering jargon”.
Hampshire haulier Alton Transport Service has admitted that taking on “loss making” work from Palletline and losing a contract from Tarmac were to blame for its insolvency.
Former Pallet Track member Express European Couriers has switched to Palletforce, becoming its 12th new business to sign up this year.
One of the longest-standing haulage businesses in Manchester has been saved after it entered administration following a failed attempt to purchase another firm, according to its director.