HGVs using the Severn River Crossings could be offered incentives to use it more at night when the bridge returns to public ownership, according to the Transport Secretary.
The creation of a northern powerhouse hangs in the balance following the EU referendum result, unless international trade is addressed as a matter of urgency, the FTA has warned.
Guidance for operators affected by container weight changes starting today (1 July) has been published, as the sector comes to terms with one of its biggest challenges in recent times.
A haulage director has been disqualified for eight and a half years after an investigation found more than half a million pounds of VAT was neither reported nor paid.
The Health and Safety Executive (HSE) is looking at ways to reduce maximum pallet weights to 750kg in order to cut the risk of injuries to drivers making tail lift deliveries.
Argos is facing a union dispute after revealing it intends to transfer nearly 100 of its drivers to Eddie Stobart Logistics.
A ballot for strike action among drivers at paving group Marshalls is underway.
Turnover and profit at Welch’s Transport continued their upward trend last year, despite the Cambridgeshire haulier contending with a relocation and the driver shortage.
A reliance on agency staff and hire vehicles at CS Ellis to meet an increase in work dented the operator’s annual profit, newly published accounts show.
A row over pay for drivers at paving group Marshalls has resulted in a ballot for strike action, which could result in disruption to supplies at Travis Perkins and Jewson.