The European Automobile Manufacturers’ Association (ACEA) welcomes the two new tests for measuring emissions from cars and vans that will start coming into force in the EU tomorrow...
Chancellor Angela Merkel said car buyers could get collective lawsuits against Germany's auto industry over excessively polluting diesel engines, sharpening her tone after her main election challe...
Renault-Nissan has increased its bets on China's electric-vehicle market, the world's biggest, by forming a new venture to produce battery-powered vehicles that meet the country's tighter ...
The freight and logistics sector is still suffering a shortage of skilled drivers, according to the Freight Transport Association's July Quarterly Transport Activity Survey (QTAS), sponsored by Sa...
Members of the Eurasian Economic Commission (EEC) gathered in Astana to devise a roadmap for the creation of a common market for road transport services, comprising the removal of all barriers for tra...
A draft decree recently released by the Russian Ministry for Trade and Industry shows that it plans to allocate 850m roubles ($14...
Rail authorities and service providers reacted slowly to inform shippers of the consequences for freight traffic following the closure of a section of the Rhine Valley railway in south-western Germany...
Slovenia becomes the twelfth country to accede to e-CMR (the electronic consignment note) – paving the way for easier and more efficient shipment of goods, facilitating trade and preparing for f...
Truck platooning could save cost, congestion and carbon says the Freight Transport Association, members of which operate more than 200,000 trucks on Britain’s roads...
Flogas Britain has partnered with Associated British Ports (ABP) to bunker a ship with liquefied natural gas (LNG) for the first time ever in the UK...
Maurice de Wilde has been appointed CFO of Koopman Logistics Group in Noordhorn as of 1 October 2017...
The strong growth within Stena Lines freight business on Baltic Sea South continues...