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Out now! Commercial Motor 31 January issue

  • 31 January 2013
  • By Ashleigh Wight

Want to keep in the know? Want to keep on the right side of the law? Then pick up this week’s issue of Commercial Motor (31 January), out today!

This week’s issue includes:

  • What does the future hold for 7.5-tonners?
  • BJC Carberry: The Suffolk haulier hopes its new 80-tonne Scania will help bring in new business.
  • Transport manager questionnaire: Hauliers and transport lawyers tell CM why it was important to return the Department for Transport questionnaire.
  • The latest legal cases: Aberdeen-based MSA Logistics director and transport lawyer Michael Sandison Allan is disqualified for acting as a “puppet” for a revoked haulier, an O-licence application for UK Home Delivery has been refused over fears of fronting and Ashcroft Plant (Cumbria) is given a formal warning for maintenance issues.
  • Illicit fuel: CM investigates the use of illicit fuel and how the authorities are dealing with it.
  • The latest news: Hauliers’ cash flow hit by soaring costs and rates crunch, the Driving Standards Agency backs down over Driver CPC changes, vehicle manufacturers call for tightening of diesel fuel specification and B2B Logistics set to appoint a liquidator after a failed pre-pack deal.

All this plus much more only in this week’s issue of Commercial Motor. Pick up your copy today or subscribe to receive 25% off the cover price and unlimited access to the Commercial Motor Archive.


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