The Energy Networks Association (ENA) has claimed hydrogen is the best alternative fuel option for HGV operators looking to cut carbon emissions and will play a major role in the future of heavy haulage.
Transport for London (TfL) has announced that it has issued more than 8,000 HGV safety permits as part of the Direct Vision Standard since it launched last October.
The chronic lack of lorry parking sites in Kent has been raised in the House of Commons by an MP who urged the government to deliver on what it promised “long ago”.
The organisers of ITT Hub 2020, the new event for innovation and technology in road based-transport, have announced that it will host a special area for government and non-governmental organisations that play a key role in the provision, regulation and development of current and future services across the whole sector.
XPO Logistics has told motortransport.co.uk it is “too early to speculate” on news that it is considering selling or spinning off one or more of the company’s business units.
Justin Laney (pictured), general manager of central transport for John Lewis, believes the Siemens eHighway system is the most viable long-term solution for delivering electric power to HGVs.
Sun Capital Partners has abandoned its interest in making a bid for Clipper Logistics.
DPD has been voted the best parcel delivery service for the seventh year running in a customer satisfaction survey.
Hyundai Motor Company and Kia Motors Corporation have announced a “strategic investment” of €100m (£85m) in a new partnership with Arrival, a UK-based electric vehicle startup.
Building materials supplier Cemex has agreed a new partnership with Turners, one of the UK’s largest privately-owned transport companies.