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Don’t point the finger at trucks for that congestion…

February 12, 2015 Mark Watson

Light goods vehicle traffic continues to rise faster than other vehicle traffic, provisional new statistics from the DfT have shown. Lights good vehicle traffic jumped 5.8% in 2014 to reach 45.1 billion vehicle-miles compared with an overall increase across all vehicle types of 2.1%. HGV traffic rose 2.2% last year to 16 billion vehicle-miles.

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UK’s thirst for diesel still growing

January 16, 2015 Mark Watson

Nothing, it seems, can quench the UK’s thirst for diesel, with demand for the road fuel rising once again in the third quarter of 2014, according to new figures from the Department of Energy and Climate Change (DECC).

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Information: their stock-in-trade?

January 15, 2015 Mark Watson

Tantalising scraps of information have emerged recently from the Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) in response to The Hub’s enquiries about the case of a bag of post found dumped in a river in North London early last year.

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Mystery surrounds enquiries into dumped post

November 13, 2014 Mark Watson

Mystery surrounds the strange case of a bag of post found dumped in a river earlier this year, after the Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) confirmed it had dropped its enquiry into the matter while the police told The Hub it had no record of the incident.

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French giant confident of a good year

April 24, 2014 Mark Watson

Is there no stopping the monolith that is Norbert Dentressangle? It doesn’t appear so, after the logistics giant posted first quarter revenues of €1.07bn (circa £890m) this week – up a hefty 13.6% on Q1 2013.