Currie Solutions has added its biggest batch of Mercedes-Benz Trucks to its fleet to date, with the purchase of 10 new Actros tractor units in the company’s new livery.
Ministers have agreed that charging operators working in urban areas should be a “last resort”, after four of the industry’s leading trade associations spoke to MPs about preventing HGVs from being priced out of operating in cities.
Walkers Transport has recruited a group business analyst to facilitate growth at the company.
Arrow XL has built a £50,000, in-house training academy complete with a purpose-built apartment for developing its two-person delivery crews.
The UK Warehousing Association (UKWA) has appointed baroness Anne McIntosh as its honourary president.
Thompsons UK is to launch an apprenticeship scheme next year, which will aim to bring in four new body builders every year.
The Salvatori Group has opened a new £3m site in Sittingbourne for its Palletways work .
Former City Link manager Sarah Squire has built a business carrying irregular parcels, and says that by cutting out the hub and keeping the business transparent, she will keep it from meeting her former employers’ fate.
DX Group has reached a settlement with GMB in an employment status case days after the union claimed victory in a tribunal against Hermes this week.
Heathrow’s third runway is good news for the freight sector but will throw up a range of obstacles for hauliers, according to trade associations.