Transport

Wincanton extends partnership with BAE Syst...

Aug 26, 2021No Comments

Wincanton has signed a five-year extension to its deal with BAE Systems. The agreement builds on existing services Wincanton provides for the technology-led defence, aerospace

LST

Greener, longer goods vehicles could be rol...

Aug 25, 2021No Comments

Greener, longer goods vehicles could become a permanent fixture on Britain’s roads as early as next year, the Government has announced. This comes as the Department for

Government’s long-awaited hydrogen strate...

Aug 18, 2021Comments off

The Government has revealed its plans for a “world-leading” hydrogen economy, helping to create jobs while decarbonising sectors such as heavy transport. Underscoring commitments made

Raw material shortage is shifting the strat...

Aug 16, 2021Comments off

The global car industry has set ambitious goals to reduce CO2 in the 2030s and demand for EV batteries is growing at an enormous speed.

Langdon Transport has licence revoked as di...

Aug 13, 2021Comments off

Langdon Transport in Plymouth has had its licence revoked and its director disqualified for five years following a Bristol public inquiry. The company, which holds

supply chain

UK supply chain faces collapse in ‘tw...

Jul 28, 2021Comments off

Speaking to the BBC, Richard Burnett, RHA chief executive said that despite meeting with Transport Secretary Grant Shapps last week to warn him of the

West Midlands Interchange

£1bn plan to build the UK’s largest logi...

Jul 09, 2021Comments off

Joint venture developers Oxford Properties and Logistics Capital Partners have bought a 734-acre site near Birmingham with plans to develop the UK’s largest logistics hub with

Road freight

Road freight revenues set to grow by 4.3%

Jun 21, 2021Comments off

Global road freight revenues are expected to grow by an average of 4.3% annually from 2020 to 2025, according to new research by Shell and

Net Zero

Net Zero plans must consider rural communit...

May 20, 2021Comments off

The Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transport (CILT) believes that a one-size-fits-all approach to net zero carbon emissions is likely to have disproportionate societal effects

Deliveries

The last mile to sustainable deliveries

May 18, 2021Comments off

Bringing delivery and logistics partners on board The businesses fortunate to still be operating after the global pandemic subsides will emerge into a very different