Manheim’s inaugural HGV drive-through-auction at Bruntingthorpe proved a big hit with buyers last week, by achieving sales close to £1million.
Manheim revealed it will move from the current monthly HGV online auction to a hybrid weekly programme, with alternating physical and online auctions.
By Andrew Goodwin, national bunker manager at Certas Energy
The tsunami of piecemeal regulations heading towards commercial vehicle operators will be addressed head-on by the FTA at Fleet Live.
The Energy Saving Trust has launched a Freight Portal to help HGV operators reduce their fuel use.
Data helps the energy company identify savings and efficiencies, while planning keeps the fleet relevant and compliant. By Stephen Briers
Man Truck & Bus MD says his business ‘forgot about our strengths’ but a reorganisation has put it back on song. By Stephen Briers and John Lewis
The UK’s new HGV market declined 9.4% in the second quarter of 2018, with 10,670 units registered, according to the Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders.
BP will be rolling out AdBlue pumps for with dedicated HGV dispensers available on commercial vehicle lanes by the end of the month.
By Paul Singh, founder and CEO of SmartWitness
The Freight Transport Association (FTA) confirms that the Logistics Carbon Reduction Scheme has been relaunched as Logistics Emissions Reduction Scheme (LERS).
A survey released by The Scottish Secure Parking Group (SSPG), is seeking views on secure HGV parking and its impact on haulage and logistics industries.
Matt de Prez explores if there are cheaper, quicker and clearner alternatives to trunking with the help of industry experts.
Prohire has launched a portal that will supply HGV fleets with legal compliance documents.
Richmond Council has announced that it has installed Safety Shield Systems across its entire HGV fleet to protect cyclists.
But Government insists any new regime is not intended to raise more from hauliers.
Fleet Solutions has “responded to the needs of its customers” by opening a HGV garage in the city of Cardiff.
Londoners and stakeholders have been invited to give their feedback on a proposed safety standard permit scheme for Heavy Goods Vehicles (HGVs).
Nearly two thirds of the drivers who were stopped were illegally using a mobile phone while driving, putting themselves and others at risk.
A “record-breaking” 252 HGV drivers were turned away from Ashford Truckstop, Kent due to lack of parking.