Felixstowe Port’s ongoing attempts to resolve traffic congestion and slow turnaround times have been dealt a blow, after the chief executive of rival Peel Ports said customers should snub it in favour of northern terminals.
A no-deal Brexit will cause “massive logistical problems” in the automotive supply chain, with manufacturers facing a choice of either absorbing significant rising costs in the movement of vehicle parts or passing them on.
A significant investment by John Mitchell (Grangemouth) has paved the the way for “generational change” according to its MD, who intends to retire within the next few years.
A report into the London Lorry Control Scheme (LLCS) suggests long awaited changes to make hauliers’ lives easier may not happen for at least another four years.
Northern Ireland haulier Donnelly Transport has entered administration, with all 27 employees made redundant.
Grocontinental increased pre-tax profit by almost 13% to £5.2m just before being snapped up by Dutch firm AGRO Merchants Group.
The driver of a lorry involved in a fire on the M40 on Friday morning (28 September) has died.
Fears that a Kent village could become the country’s first post-Brexit lorry park after a four-acre site in Romney Marsh was put up for auction have been allayed after it failed to reach the asking price.
The pre-pack administration and sale of Bedworth Haulage included an “anti-embarrassment clause”, according to a creditors’ report.
Solar panels that cut fuel consumption by 5% could become a regular feature on UK trucks after Deutsche Post DHL Group started the roll-out of the technology.