Operators have just one more week to apply for European Conference of Ministers of Transport (ECMT) permits that will allow them to continue transporting goods in the EU in the event of a no-deal Brexit.
The DVSA is introducing a new payment portal for fixed penalty roadside fines this month to replace chip and PIN payments.
Amazon has rejected claims it has a poor health and safety record after the publication of figures showing that more than 440 serious incidents occurred at its warehouses in the period from 2015/16.
Tuffnells Parcels Express, part of Connect Group, has been fined £1.5m after a driver died when he was trapped between a trailer and his vehicle.
Montgomery Transport has been revealed as the first Northern Ireland-based haulier to be accredited for the DVSA’s Earned Recognition scheme.
Fowler Welch has bought 56 Schmitz Cargobull reefers for its food delivery operations, replacing older vehicles.
Fraikin believes the DVSA’s earned recognition scheme can deliver improvements in vehicle uptime for operators.
Iveco has supplied three Daily Natural Power vans to waste management company Veolia that will carry specialist equipment for removing graffiti.
DAF could fare better than other truck manufacturers in the event of a hard Brexit, according to MD Robin Easton.
Food wholesaler Brakes is extending a trial that will see all 18-tonne DAF LFs based at its West London depot run on Shell Gas to Liquid (GTL) fuel from Certas Energy.