Cemex has recognised the commitment of its LGV operators to safe, efficient and skilful driving at its annual Driver of the Year awards.
Subject, of course, to the new UK Government confirming that it will continue to mirror European road safety rules
Nick Caesari appoints Steve Steele and Gareth Fussell for 'innovations group'.
Highways England is joining up with six police forces, the HSE and the DVSA to reduce incidents on the M62 between Liverpool and Hull.
Scott Lewis has been chosen to represent the UK at the international final of the DAF Driver Challenge in Luxembourg this weekend.
Bibby Distribution has recognised its safest and most skilled drivers, at its second annual Driver of the Year celebration.
A clip of a truck driver helping an elderly lady cross the road has become an internet sensation.
Chris Shenton of Asda has been named the Van Excellence Driver of the Year and Alex Tilley of Moy Park the Young Driver of the Year 2019.
Logistics businesses anticipate that 15% of their current HGV driver vacancies will not be filled due to the nationwide skills shortage.
Woodland Logistics has achieved a 10% improvement in fuel economy since it began equipping its Mercedes-Benz trucks with Predictive Powertrain Control (PPC) systems
DAF has launched the UK Driver Challenge in an effort to find the very best commercial vehicle driver form the UK and Ireland.
Challenge Group, backed by Praetura, has acquired TRG Logistics to form one of the largest independent providers of HGV drivers and warehouse staff in the UK.
Travis Perkins has used Virtual Reality (VR) technology to train over 1,000 drivers who work across the Group’s CCF, BSS and Keyline businesses, to deliver significant environmental benefits.
McCarron Coates has reminded passenger and road transport fleet operators to not cut corners and urged them to consider sleep in the risk management process.
By Eddie Stobart's HR director Angelina Miley
The search is on for the country’s best van drivers with the launch of this year’s Van Excellence Driver of the Year competition, sponsored by Mercedes-Benz Vans.
The European road transport sector is facing the most acute professional driver shortage in decades, a new report by the International Road Transport Union (IRU) has found.
Driven by the need to tackle driver shortage in the metal recycling and logistics industries, EMR has developed a driver apprentice scheme.
Maxoptra has announced a new smart phone app for delivery drivers providing real time job notification, tracking, live reporting and proof of delivery (POD) capture.
Fleets are holding off procurement decisions on alternative fuel large vans because training is required to drive them and the Government hasn’t actually finalised the training course.