M4 relief road plans scrapped

M4 relief road plans scrapped

Controversial plans to construct a new M4 relief road have been binned by the government in a move that has been met with frustration by the road haulage industry

Industry hits out at

Industry hits out at "unfair" ULEZ

The Central London ULEZ is now in force, meaning all trucks entering the zone which do not meet Euro 6 will be fined £100 per day to deliver goods in the capital

Record numbers join RHA cartel claim

Record numbers join RHA cartel claim

Scores of British operators are seeking compensation

"Widespread confusion" over diesel alternatives

New research reveals widespread confusion among UK businesses when it comes to what constitutes sustainable alternatives to diesel

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  • Fresh warning over logistics skills deficit “time bomb”

    Fresh warning over logistics skills deficit “time bomb”

    24th June 2019

    The logistics sector is still in the grips of a significant recruitment problem which could potentially cause the nation to grind to a halt, according to a new white paper. A recent survey conducted by Talent in Logistics (TiL) found…

  • Win a Tamiya radio-controlled Volvo FH16-750 timber truck!

    Win a Tamiya radio-controlled Volvo FH16-750 timber truck!

    23rd May 2019

    We have two fantastic Tamiya radio-controlled Volvo FH16 6×4 logging truck bundles up for grabs worth £800 each! Trucking has once again teamed up with Japanese model-maker Tamiya to give away an all-new radio-controlled Volvo FH16-750 6×4 Globetrotter logging truck…

  • Trailer registration now mandatory for international operations

    Trailer registration now mandatory for international operations

    30th April 2019

    The Driver and Vehicle Standards Agency (DVSA) is warning operators their trailers will now need to be registered before embarking on international journeys. Hauliers using a trailer abroad after March 28, 2019 will need to register the unit through DVLA’s ‘Register…

  • Gov promises more cash for road tech trials

    10th March 2019

    Funding for new technology that could help stop potholes from forming has been announced by transport secretary Chris Grayling. The government will provide £22.9 million for research and trials on new surface materials or pothole repair. Real-world tests of new…

  • Record numbers join truck cartel claim

    Record numbers join truck cartel claim

    6th March 2019

    More than 7800 truck operators have signed up or registered to a cartel claim to secure compensation for firms who paid artificially high prices for their vehicles. The claim – instigated by the Road Haulage Association (RHA) and which has…