The RHA has welcomed Harrow Council’s decision to scrap part of its Low Traffic Neighbourhood (LTN) scheme after a review found the scheme increased congestion and pollution levels as well as delaying emergency services.
Electrification of the waste and recycling sector is gaining momentum, as local authorities across the UK strive to reduce their carbon footprint and improve air quality.
Hermes has extended its deal with last mile delivery tech firm PostTag after positive results following a six-month trial.
Nearly half of shoppers have changed their mind about making a purchase online because they were unhappy with the inflexible delivery options, according to research by Whistl.
Another leading haulier has spoken out against the extension of London’s Low Emission Zone (LEZ) this week.
In the era BC (Before COVID-19) same-day couriers were the preserve of the rich and famous who just had to have that diamond ring today or City businesses such as legal or banking where urgent paper documents had to be delivered physically rather than by email. But the lockdown has changed that, according to Stuart Godman, CEO of London courier group Absolutely.
Petit Forestier has supplied 123 rigid trucks to a major logistics customer, all featuring Carrier Transicold Syberia MT (multi-temperature) systems.
Biffa has launched 27 brand-new zero emission electric refuse collection vehicles (eRCVs) on the streets of Manchester today (8 March), in partnership with Manchester City Council which is investing £10m in the initiative.
Parcel carrier Yodel has reduced its carbon emissions by 25% after investing £17m in its fleet and technology.
A brand-new series of Freight in the City webinars kicked off on 11 February with a focus on urban innovation and electric delivery vehicles, in partnership with Renault Trucks UK and Ireland. MT takes a look at some of the key themes explored in this engaging session.