Microlise has announced it will provide its SmartFlow driver and subcontractor management app free of charge during the coronavirus outbreak.
Microlise has completed its acquisition of fleet compliance and management software provider TruTac.
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The commercial fleet industry is hoping to secure changes to the apprenticeship levy after securing Government cash to tackle the driver shortage.
New DfT training programme aims to support and upskill unemployed, veterans and re-offenders to take up a transport career.
Microlise has released the shortlist for its annual Driver of the Year awards, and will reveal the main winner during the Transport Conference on May 15.
Microlise has begun its search for the UK’s best HGV driver which will be announced at the annual Microlise Transport Conference in May 2019.
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Unipart Group has brought its fleet operations in-house and deployed Microlise Fleet Performance and Journey Management.
Data from the DfT and ONS shows that 301,600 HGV drivers were employed in 2017, with 210,000 drivers recorded in Microlise systems over the same period.
Nigel Hargreaves was named LGV Driver of the Year based on his performance over the past 12 months.
Microlise has launched a new multi-way camera product, designed to integrate with its telematics offering.
Microlise has updated the functionality of its e-learning Knowledge Portal, enabling customers to create their own online courses and training campaigns.
Microlise has announced that the winner of Driver of the Year 2018 has gone to Hovis driver Richard Barnes.
Furniture retailer DFS has introduced Microlise’s telematics solution across more than 360 delivery vehicles
The Microlise Driver of the Year Awards has released the UK truck driver shortlist ahead of the ceremony on May 15.
Bibby Distribution’s use of telematics to create tailored driver training has improved its fuel economy by 10% and cut its CO2 emissions by 11%.
Microlise telematics technology will capture data for four consortia receiving £5.5 million of Government funding between them for Low Emission Freight and Logistics Trials.
Abbey Logistics Group will deploy a Microlise fleet management telematics solution to 350 tractors and 300 trailers in its fleet.
Microlise has announced the finalists of its HGV driver of the year competition after a process involving more than 120,000 people.