Germany’s planned road toll scheme for private cars would discriminate against foreign drivers, even though changes to it have been accepted by the European Commission, say MEPs in a  resolutio...
ECG held another successful Quality meeting on 15th March in Brussels The occasion gathered ECG member companies, OEM representatives and inspection companies around the table to discuss various issu...

Government and the UK automotive industry came together on 14th March to discuss plans to position Britain as a world leader in electric, connected and autonomous vehicle technology...

The German government didn’t drop the ball on keeping tabs on Volkswagen, Chancellor Angela Merkel told a parliamentary committee investigating the Dieselgate scandal...

For the first time more electric and hybrid vehicles are being sold in Norway than petrol and diesel vehicles The new milestone in the rapid growth of EVs is largely the result of incentives...

Japanese carmaker Toyota plans to invest more than £240m in a production plant near Derby in England with government support, but warned that “continued tariff-and-barrier free market acce...

Volkswagen pleaded guilty on 10th March to three charges in a US court in a multibillion-dollar settlement over its emissions cheating - the first time the carmaker has accepted liability ove...

General Motors has announced the addition of 220 new jobs and the retention of 680 that were previously under threat across three of its Michigan-based facilities over the next 12 months...

The Freight Transport Association (FTA), which represents half the UK’s road fleet, is calling on French authorities to provide more safe lorry parking for trans-European freight transport around Ca...

Establishing strong global trading relationships, and maintaining the UK’s ability to deliver goods on time to customers all over the world, are cornerstones of the government’s vision fo...

With domestic trade accounting for most transport operations in Europe, the first national digital consignment notes are launched this week in France and Spain – revolutionising transport o...

The EU-mandated liberalization of Spain’s port services has turned into a high-voltage political and labour conflict - disrupting the country’s logistics, threatening to paralyze ports an...

Following a break of five years, the MOSOLF Group is relaunching regular railway transport services at its business site in Düsseldorf The test phase from January onwards had shown that the...