Bath City Council has been urged to complete repair work on the A36 Cleveland Bridge as soon as possible after a diversion was put in place for trucks that adds 50 miles to a driver’s journey.
DPD has significantly scaled up its plans for operating electric vehicles (EV) by boosting its fleet numbers to 500 by the end of next year.
Stockton-on-Tees haulier NT Whitfield (Transport) was increasingly being kept afloat with cash injections from the MD’s pension pot in the months leading up to its administration.
An investor sizing up Eddie Stobart Logistics (ESL) for a potential purchase opportunity has been granted another extension to the deadline to make an offer.
Investment in trucks and warehouse capacity has resulted in a £2.5m increase in turnover at Lockwood Haulage.
Former staff of Gulliver’s Truck Hire, which entered into administration last year, have been successful in their claim for compensation after the company failed to properly consult with them.
The RHA has accused Border Force of ignoring the industry’s longstanding concerns about stowaways attempting to enter the UK and the lack of support for HGV drivers.
The ports of Liverpool, Heysham and Sheerness could mitigate problems caused by bottlenecks in the Dover Straits following Brexit – despite warnings from hauliers about the considerable re-routing costs.
A Lincolnshire waste haulage firm that entered administration earlier this year has now been fined £1.275m after an incident in which an employee lost part of his arm.
Collard Group has acquired Raymond Brown Waste Solutions, creating one of the largest privately-owned waste management companies in the south of England.