29 Oct 2018
A focus on employing experienced, skilled drivers and investing in safety standards has paid off handsomely for a company that may be small but which is winning big contracts
18 Oct 2018
They can be a really useful resource but fleets must manage the process carefully, say experts
As uncertainty rages in Westminster it spells good news for one sector of the industry. By Dean Bowkett
Transport for London acknowledges the priority needs of fleet and freight operators in the capital, but there’s a quid pro quo for access to uncongested roads…
20 Sep 2018
Sales of new vans may be down, but that spells good news for sellers of used vehicles. By Dean Bowkett
19 Sep 2018
The FTA provides guidance on what the different colours used on flashing lights denote, with a Q&A from Eamonn Brennan.
14 Sep 2018
Continental executive says that the savings from going driverless will quickly compensate for any fully-autonomous price premium. By Steve Banner
Freight companies may discover that operating costs are not such a drag when semi-autonomous trucks can safely line up together to form an orderly, aerodynamic queue.
A well thought out racking system using lightweight – yet sturdy – materials can increase usable space, improve safety, speed up job completion and save on fuel. It’s an attractive combination.
13 Sep 2018
"We take complaints seriously; we act”, says John Hix as multiple schemes compete for national supremacy in van and truck accreditation. By Stephen Briers