TfL and the Metropolitan Police have celebrated a milestone in their Exchanging Places venture, which welcomed its 20,000th participant at a cycling festival in London last week.
The highest recorded number of longer semi-trailers are either on the road or will be soon, months into the fourth year of the government’s longer semi-trailer trial.
Industry bodies are to collaborate on a new joint initiative to promote the road haulage industry, with a focus on improving its public image and attracting more employees.
Whistl is to take a controlling stake in its business after negotiating a deal with former owner PostNL, which is set to be signed once the details have been confirmed.
Yodel has said it is on target to turn a profit for the first time since it started trading in 2010, following the departure of its chief executive Neil Lloyd.
Ofcom has provisionally found that Royal Mail breached competition law with the price increases competitor Whistl complained to the regulator about last year.
Neil Lloyd, chief executive of loss-making delivery firm Yodel, has stepped down.
Clipper Logistics has extended its 17 year relationship with John Lewis which will see it further develop the retailer’s click and collect services in Waitrose stores.
Speculation is rife across online news platforms that Amazon plans to launch its grocery delivery service, Amazon Fresh, in London this September. But with a grocery delivery market already firmly in place in the UK, is there space for the retailer’s foot in our door?
Royal Mail has revealed that its UK operation saw a 2% year-on-year decline in turnover in the first quarter of its financial year, just a day after reports that the company submitted an objection to an ongoing Ofcom investigation into its pricing regulations emerged.