THE OPTIMISM resulting from Michael Gove’s swift response to the RHA chief executive’s urgent request for a roundtable meeting to discuss government’s preparedness for transition was at best misplaced. Commenting, Richard Burnett said: ‘As […]
THE Transport News Scottish Rewards 2021 Presentation Breakfast scheduled to be held on 4th December 2020 has been postponed until 26th February 2021, still in the Crowne Plaza Hotel, Glasgow. Category nominations closing date has […]
P&O FERRYMASTERS has launched an ‘advanced’ track and trace service, that will allow customers to receive real-time updates on the precise location of their goods as they are transported by rail, road and sea. The […]
DAF Trucks’ Ready-to-Go programme, the market leader’s stock portfolio of pre-bodied construction, waste and utility sector trucks, will receive special focus at the Commercial Motor Show (29 September-1 October). Ready-to-Go features a diverse selection of […]
THE DVSA has awarded the first Earned Recognition HS2 module standard to UK tool and equipment hire provider Speedy. The module is open to all Earned Recognition operators and allows them to bid for […]
Last year DAF Trucks added another string to its bow with the FAW double-drive tridem, which has become the manufacturer’s most manoeuvrable eight-wheeler. Transport News goes down to the woods, well, Forest of Dean, to […]
A debate is going on behind the scenes about training for transport managers; most, including Traffic Commissioners, agree that Continuous Professional Development is a good thing, but should it be mandatory or merely best practice?