The RHA is calling on the government to support the haulage industry after 6,500 responses within 36 hours to a survey of hauliers showed that 46% of the UK truck fleet – around 240,000 vehicles – is now parked up with no work.
Renewable fuels are “one of the most rapid and economically viable” ways to decarbonise HGVs, according to the Low Carbon Vehicle Partnership (LowCVP).
Formed in Whitminster in 1927 as Moreton C Cullimore, the Cullimore Group’s two-tone green trucks have been a familiar sight on Gloucester’s roads for over 90 years.
RHA chief executive Richard Burnett has paid tribute to the “positive response” from transport secretary Grant Schapps MP (pictured) to a set of measures requested to support the haulage industry through the coronavirus epidemic.
A new public hydrogen refuelling station has opened at Wallyford, less than a mile off the A1 and 8 miles to the east of Edinburgh.
Howard Tenens Logistics’ first full year of trading delivered more than £66m in turnover and pre-tax profits of £4.7m.
A national survey of road freight operators on the impact of clean air zones (CAZs) has been launched by the All-Party Parliamentary Group for Road Freight and Logistics as part of its first inquiry of the new parliamentary session.
The shortage of LGV drivers in the UK is heading towards crisis point as a “perfect storm” of circumstances will see the current 50,000 gap in the workforce widen unless rates of pay and working conditions are rapidly improved, according to recruitment specialist Driver Require.
The new head of engineering at Cartwright started out with the company 12 years ago as 19-year-old trainee.
To mark Time to Talk Day today (6 February), Mates in Mind has published a free guide to raise awareness about mental ill-health at work and help managers tackle the issue.