Changes in regulation, developments in new technology and rising diesel costs are prompting haulage operators to seriously consider non-diesel alternatives. A number of factors mean that LNG (Liquefied Natural Gas) is increasingly proving to be a good and viable option, not just in terms of lowering environmental impact but also improving performance and cutting costs.
In an industry striving to meet environmental targets, UPS stands out for taking on the challenge of charging electric vehicles – and overcoming it.
Serial winner DPD UK never loses sight of the fact that its customers are the retailers who pay it to deliver their products and Project Shine, designed to address a host of minor yet significant issues in 2017, has certainly raised the bar
Whirlpool is the UK’s only white goods manufacturer to manage its own in-house home delivery network – Hotpoint Home Solutions – and its bosses are determined to match or exceed the standards of any 3PL.
Brigade Electronics’ Quiet Vehicle Sounder was recognised as the innovation of the year at the Motor Transport Awards 2019 for being an elegantly simple solution to warning vulnerable road users of the approach of a quiet vehicle
Travis Perkins’ charity-supporting ‘living livery’ initiative has redefined the purpose of truck liveries, encouraging important conversations that might otherwise not have taken place and making it an obvious choice for the Livery of the Year award at this year’s MT Awards.
Transforming the way it approached its fleet management strategy resulted in a well-deserved Fleet Van Operator of the Year award this year for City Plumbing Supplies.
How did Guernsey Post navigate its way through a perfect storm of rocketing diesel prices, soaring emission levels, inefficient routes and rising parcel volumes to deliver a winning solution?
Building a double-deck trailer for Culina Group that could squeeze through the Dublin Tunnel with two levels of roll cages on board required some award-winning vision from Cartwright.
This year’s Motor Transport Awards recognised former Hermes Europe CEO Carole Walker’s determination to redefine parcels delivery across three decades of hard work.