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Archive for March, 2014

Palletways achieves the ‘perfect’ forklift deal

Posted: Monday, March 31st, 2014

European pallet network, Palletways, has described its switch to Mitsubishi forklift trucks as “perfect”. Last year, the firm took the major decision to break with the longstanding forklift supplier at its massive Lichfield depot, and instead sourced 60 GRENDIA LPG trucks and associated equipment from Jofson Mitsubishi. A year on, the new Mitsubishi trucks have Read more…

 

Palletways achieves the ‘perfect’ forklift deal

Posted: Monday, March 31st, 2014

European pallet network, Palletways, has described its switch to Mitsubishi forklift trucks as “perfect”. Last year, the firm took the major decision to break with the longstanding forklift supplier at its massive Lichfield depot, and instead sourced 60 GRENDIA LPG trucks and associated equipment from Jofson Mitsubishi. A year on, the new Mitsubishi trucks have Read more…

 

Will you be there?

Posted: Monday, March 31st, 2014

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DVSA must keep focus on physical enforcement and not rely solely on technology such as OCRS, says senior TC

Posted: Friday, March 28th, 2014

28 March 2014 By Hayley Pink Senior traffic commissioner (TC) Beverley Bell said it is vital that the newly formed DVSA allocates enough resources to ground level enforcement activity against non-compliant operators. Giving evidence regarding the merger of Vosa and the DSA at a Transport Committee session this week, Bell told MPs that having enforcement Read more…

 

New head of Northern Ireland transport regulation appointed

Posted: Friday, March 28th, 2014

28 March 2014 By Christopher Walton Donna Knowles as been appointed as the new head of the Northern Ireland transport regulation unit, replacing the retiring Donald Armstrong (pictured) at the end of the month. The appointment of Knowles, who joins from the Department of Justice, was revealed at the Freight Transport Association’s transport manager conference Read more…

 

IM Properties Spec at Solihull Business Park

Posted: Friday, March 28th, 2014

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BAE Systems to build 300,000 sq ft logistics centre

Posted: Friday, March 28th, 2014

BAE Systems has set out plans to build a 300,000 sq ft logistics facility at Barrow-in-Furness to support the production of the next generation of submarines. The off-site logistics facility will store submarine parts and materials within the local area. The move is part of a £300 million eight-year investment programme facilities for the successor Read more…

 

DVSA must keep focus on physical enforcement and not rely soley on technology such as OCRS, says senior TC

Posted: Friday, March 28th, 2014

28 March 2014 By Hayley Pink Senior traffic commissioner (TC) Beverley Bell said it is vital that the newly formed DVSA allocates enough resources to ground level enforcement activity against non-compliant operators. Giving evidence regarding the merger of Vosa and the DSA at a Transport Committee session this week, Bell told MPs that having enforcement Read more…

 

Lafarge to check subcontractors Fors standards to ensure compliance

Posted: Friday, March 28th, 2014

28 March 2014 By Hayley Pink Subcontractors working for Lafarge Tarmac are to be audited by the aggregates giant to make sure they reach the standard required by Fors. As part of its strategy to improve cyclists’ safety and reduce vehicle emissions, Lafarge will next month become the first UK HGV fleet operator to be Read more…

 

Success for Manheim’s branded truck sale

Posted: Friday, March 28th, 2014

28 March 2014 By Kevin Swallow Manheim’s branded truck sale at Leeds proved successful, with three-quarters of the trucks going under the hammer. Royal Mail sold 75% of its trucks, while all the entries from The Co-operative Group, Greggs and Warburtons sold. Ken Thompson, logistics service transport fleet manager for the Co-operative Group, felt that Read more…

 


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