The percentage of commercial drivers not adhering to rest break rules has increased year-on-year, new research suggests.
Van-makers are looking at whether hydrogen could provide commercial fleet operators with the range and payload to successfully make the switch to electric.
London-based couriers Mango Logistics has taken on the UK’s first used Mercedes-Benz eVito as part of its ambitions to operate an emissions-free fleet.
Citroen is launching an LCV version of its electric My Ami two-seater car, targeting organisations carrying out deliveries in urban areas.
Teletrac Navman has launched a new driver campaign - Going the extra mile - showcasing work carried out by workers in the UK’s transport and logistics sector.
Ford E-Transit van and converted chassis cab models are set to begin trials with last-mile and supermarket delivery operators as well as utilities providers.
Tesco Grocery Home Shopping is cutting its delivery fleet's CO2 emissions thanks to the introduction of driver training technology.
Boughey Distribution has taken delivery of its first Volvo new generation FH vehicles, heralding the start of the roll-out of its 127-strong fleet.
Logistics operator Trucklink EU has cut driver infringements by installing TruTac’s tachograph analysis reporting and driver debriefing software.
Magna Accident Services is warning that the van insurance market faces significant problems finding replacement vehicles, which could increase costs.
More than half (53%) of 18-24-year-olds would be more inclined to shop with a retailer if the delivery company prioritised reducing its carbon emissions.
Businesses are being urged to remind company car and van drivers of their health and safety policies before returning to work in the coming months.
Warburtons has started operating a new 16 tonne Renault Trucks D ZE as part of its fleet in London.
Fleet customers are key if Isuzu UK is to achieve its plans to double D-Max pick-up sales by 2025, says its managing director William Brown.
SmartWitness is launching a 4G connected four-channel vehicle recorder for Direct Vision Standard (DVS) compliance.
Hauliers no longer need a Kent Access Permit to travel between the UK and the EU, Government says.