Howard Tenens Logistics has bought a fleet of 16 new Mercedes-Benz Actros trucks, to operate from its branch in Andover, Hampshire.
G3 Vehicle Auctions has launched a fleet of six specialist multi-car transporters in the first phase of logistic expansions.
Lookers Volkswagen Van Centre in Glasgow has secured a contract to supply more than 100 new Volkswagen Crafter panel vans to Menzies Distribution.
Logistics UK has announced the shortlist for its Van Driver of the Year Award 2021.
Panther Logistics has ordered 22 new MAN TGL 7.5-tonne trucks to support an increase in demand for its two-man delivery service.
Menzies Distribution has acquired logistics and supply chain services business JBT Distribution, extending its network coverage with the addition of 200 vehicles and six operating sites.
Global road freight revenues are expected to grow by an average of 4.3% annually from 2020 to 2025, according to new research by Shell and Frost and Sullivan.
Cross River Partnership (CRP) has launched a new webpage that enables collaboration between logistics companies and landowners in Central London, to establish new last mile delivery hubs.
Alain Costa, head of fleet Europe at ChargePoint, explains leveraging the forces behind fleet electrification to bring delivery and logistics partners on board.
Logistics UK has said the ‘search for the country’s best van driver is on’ with the launch of its Van Driver of the Year competition for 2021.
Yodel is hiring 30 new LGV driver apprentices across the UK providing the opportunity to earn while they learn.
FORS has launched an update to its Van Smart eLearning module to help upskill light commercial vehicle (LCV) drivers.
Increased waiting times at the border and time spent in admin in preparation to cross the border are amidst the top concerns for hauliers following the Brexit deal, a study by the Haulage Exchange has found.
The All Party Parliamentary Group (APPG) on Road Freight and Logistics is recommending that the Government pauses the rollout of Clean Air Zones (CAZ) and reviews whether they are still required.
The Department for Transport (DfT) has confirmed that all heavy goods vehicles (HGV) using the Short Straits channel crossings will need a permit to enter Kent.
International Forwarding (IFL), has won a short-term daily contract to deliver essential personal protective equipment (PPE) from two UK airports on behalf of the Department of Health and Social Care.
The growth of electric vehicles (EVs) in the UK will need the support of the Government, according to a Freight Transport Association (FTA) survey.
FTA has added to its consultancy offering for businesses across the supply chain with the launch of a new strategic consultancy arm.
Challenge-trg Group enjoy new-year rebrand.
Entries open for 2020 everywoman in Transport and Logistics awards.