Suttons Group has appointed Michael Cundy as MD of its Road Tanker division. Cundy replaces Tony Leighton, and was previously HR director at Suttons where he has worked since 2005.
Suttons Group CEO … more
Argos is to put a fleet of 76 newly liveried trucks and trailers onto the road this autumn.
Part of the retailer’s multi-million pound advertising campaign, the vehicles feature the strap line, … more
Conflict about load restraint on curtain-sided trailers and bodies appears to have been resolved by a change in policy at the DVSA.
The agency has now accepted that loads carried inside … more
More than 67,000 employees working in logistics are regarded as not being proficient in their jobs, according to a report by a government advisory body.
The UK Commission for Employment and Skills ( … more
Driver training providers have slammed the DVSA for a lack of practical driving test places in Peterborough, which they claim have forced them to turn away business.
In the face of a nationwide … more
Pallet-Track has seen a 25% increase in the average number of pallets it moves through its central hub on a nightly basis.
The rise to 10,000 from the previous average of 8,000 pallets per night … more
Wolverhampton-based contractor McAuliffe Civil Engineering has brought in its first Euro-6 model Renault K Range vehicles.
The four new heavy construction trucks with steel tippers, supplied by … more
RVC Engineering has been fined £6,600 after a man was crushed during a reversing operation involving an HGV.
In a Health and Safety Executive (HSE) prosecution, Westminster Magistrates’ … more
Transport for London’s (TfL) Fors is to be rolled-out nationwide from January 2015.
The scheme, which promotes cycle safety measures and equipment, will shortly be placed into private hands … more
Ukip will scrap the Driver CPC if it comes to power next year, the party’s transport spokeswoman has pledged.
Speaking to CM after the party had its first Westminster MP elected last week, … more