Norbert Dentressangle has taken delivery of the first 100 vehicles out of a total order for 530 “Guaranteed Made in France” commercial vehicles.
From 8 June 2015, the photocard licence counterpart will not be valid and will no longer be issued by DVLA. What this means for you Photocard driving licence holders: When DVLA stops issuing the counterpart, you should destroy yours but you still need to keep your current photocard driving licence. Paper driving licence holders (those
Royal Mail has set out plans to open ten temporary parcel sorting centres to cater for the expected Christmas rush. It also plans to invest £130m in hand held technology over the next five years to improve its delivery service. This will mark the fourth year of operation for the seasonal centres, which will be
Shoppers could face empty shelves at Christmas unless the government takes urgent action to deal with the massive shortage of drivers in the road haulage industry, Richard Burnett, the new CEO of the Road Haulage Association has warned. “We are pressing hard for the Treasury to make funding available so that would-be lorry drivers can
Ceva Logistics is to invest $20m (£12m) in its UK ground transport fleet, with the addition of 120 tractors, 40 rigids and 180 new trailers to be made before the end of the year. The new vehicles will primarily be used for Ceva’s UK consumer and retail operations. All of the vehicles will be fitted
Norbert Dentressangle saw sales rise 14.1 per cent growth in the first nine months of 2014, with revenues of £2.6bn (€3.3bn). Logistics provided the French firm with its biggest growth sector, up 18.5 per cent, with Norbert Dentressangle attributing the growth in this sector to continued market share gains in Europe and Russia. Geographically, the
DX Group, the parcels operator that floated on the AIM market earlier this year, has prioritised the turnaround of DX Freight, the delivery business it acquired in 2012. The group showed a four per cent rise in sales to £304.2m for the year to 30th June, while EBITDA was flat at £34.4m. Petar Cvetkovic, chief
DVSA has reminded hauliers that with the passing of the Driver CPC deadline (10 September), all professionals must carry their Driver Qualification Card (DQC) with them or face a fine at the roadside. As a temporary pressure, DVSA is taking a “pragmatic” approach to DQCs, at least for the next few days, in recognition