Royal Mail has confirmed CEO Moya Greene will retire in September, with the boss of its GLS division taking her place from 1 June.
Hermes is to increase its self-employed couriers’ pay to meet competition for the workers as the e-retail market surges.
The investor that successfully campaigned against DX Group’s former executive team last year has called for Wincanton to sell one of its two divisions after buying a 2% stake in the 3PL.
Drivers from operators including Eddie Stobart, Bibby Distribution and DHL have been shortlisted for awards in this year’s Microlise Driver of the Year competition.
The government should abandon its target of three million apprenticeships in the UK by 2020 in order to focus on the quality of the actual qualifications, according to think tank Reform.
The Institute of the Motor Industry (IMI) has called for reforms to the apprenticeship levy after take up figures for apprenticeships continued to decline in the UK a year after the tax went live.
The transport sector is guilty of paying men more than women, with nine of the top 10 companies in the MT Top 100 reporting a gender pay gap.
Royal Mail CEO Moya Greene is rumoured to be preparing to step down, with the head of the business’s GLS division tipped to fill her shoes.
The leader of the UK’s platooning truck trial is to speak at the Microlise Transport Conference, and update the industry on the trial’s progress.
Training the industry’s instructors is key to solving its skills crisis and should not be overlooked, according to the RTITB.