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Archive for May, 2013

Government stumps up £165m to cut congestion

Posted: Friday, May 31st, 2013

The government has come up with £165m to fund 62 road schemes designed to cut congestion. This is the second tranche of cash from the £190m Local Pinch Point Fund announced in December which is being used to fund a total of 72 scheme. Transport Secretary Patrick McLoughlin, said: “The schemes we have announced today Read more…

 

Hams Hall site for UTi Worldwide

Posted: Friday, May 31st, 2013

US-based logistics group UTi Worldwide has taken a 45,555 sq ft warehouse at Hams Hall near  Birmingham. It has signed a ten year lease with a five year break clause on the site. Hams Hall has an on-site inter-modal rail freight terminal run by ABP Connect. The terminal provides full inter-modal services to France, Germany Read more…

 

Collier to take on transport driver training at Transline

Posted: Friday, May 31st, 2013

Paul Collier has been appointed as Yorkshire-based Transline Group’s new national training and development manager, where he will be based at Trafford Park, Manchester. The driver training specialist joins from a 14-year career at Wincanton, where he spent the last eight years as driver training and development manager. His new role will see him cover Read more…

 

Route Monkey’s software to support Iceland

Posted: Friday, May 31st, 2013

Iceland has implemented Route Monkey’s scheduling technology to all of its 800 UK stores, hoping to enhance its home delivery service. The software aims to allow the supermarket to maximise the number of customer deliveries it makes each day, by optimising the use of its fleet and driver resources. John Mackie of Iceland says it Read more…

 

Virgin win for Descartes

Posted: Friday, May 31st, 2013

Virgin Atlantic Cargo is using Descartes’ cloud-based Global Air Messaging Gateway to help standardise and automate its air cargo processes supporting higher levels of customer satisfaction. The software is based upon Descartes’ Global Logistics Network, which provides its members with a range of value-added services that span the entire shipment management process, from freight bookings Read more…

 

Yearsley invests £1 million more in solar panels

Posted: Friday, May 31st, 2013

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Tip-Ex 2013: Volvo shows off new construction vehicle line-up

Posted: Friday, May 31st, 2013

31 May 2013 By Chris Druce A  FH in the livery of Yorkshire tipper operator Alfred Hymas awaits visitors to the Tip- ex show, on today and tomorrow in Harrogate, on the Volvo stand. A right hand drive FMX 8×4 (fitted with Boweld Taper Lite body) and an FMX Tridem, which featuires an X-High chassis, Read more…

 

MPS Heavy Haulage in administration

Posted: Friday, May 31st, 2013

31 May 2013 By Chris Tindall MPS Heavy Haulage, which has a licence authorising 14 vehicles out of its Grays, Essex operating centre, has gone into administration. Philip Armstrong and Geoffrey Rowley at FRP Advisory were appointed to the company on 20 May. Its website states that the haulier is involved in abnormal loads, breakdown Read more…

 

Nippon Express takes over Panasonic Logistics

Posted: Friday, May 31st, 2013

Nippon Express is to take a 66.7 per cent shareholding in Panasonic Logistics under a deal with Panasonic Corporation, which it will use to develop its services in the electronics market. Osaka-based Panasonic Logistics had net sales of 65 bn yen (£426m) in the year to 31st March 2013. Panasonic said the deal would enable Read more…

 

Peter Barber becomes national chairman for the Road Haulage Association

Posted: Friday, May 31st, 2013

31 May 2013 By Chris Druce Peter Barber of Milton Keynes-based W H Barley Transport has succeeded Frampton’s Richard Fry as national chairman of the Road Haulage Association (RHA). Barber (pictured right) said: “I am very much looking forward to taking on the role of national chairman. I am honoured to accept the position and Read more…

 


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