A vehicle distribution network is only as good at the lines of communication between the OEM and its logistics partners, and given the pressures the industry is currently under – ageing infrastr...
The Road Haulage Association is concerned that there is still much to be done to get businesses ready for Brexit...
Introducing an emissions trading scheme for transport and heating in Germany would take at least two to three years due to "long and complex implementation", according to a st...
The figures released recently by the Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders (SMMT) show a jump in new HGV registrations in both of the last two quarters, increases the SMMT ascribes to a...
The EU has adopted legislation, known as Horizon Europe, to shape EU Research & Innovation (R&I) spending for the 2021-2027 period...
The Brexit crisis could be cooled somewhat if the EU and UK were to immediately extend a transit or connectivity accord beyond its expiry date at the end of December, the head of the Irish hauliers bu...
Though UK fuel export tariffs are set to rise to 4...
The time has come for government to put the politics of Brexit to one side, come clean with industry, and share its full impact assessment for a No Deal departure from the EU, according to FTA, the or...
Growth in data connectivity and the adoption of technologies such as robotic process automation are fuelling a tech revolution in transport and logistics...
Specialist Transport Lawyer Recommends UK Signs Up - But will all governments honour it?  The law, as it relates to the shipping industry, can be a complicated and expensive beast...
The Ministries of Transport of Uzbekistan, Tajikistan and China have joined forces to assess regular TIR transits along a key Central Asian trade corridor...
One of the few certainties regarding the country's post Brexit status upon which most people in the logistics profession are agreed is that achieving Authorised Economic Operator (AEO) status is l...
With barely a hundred days until the IMO 2020 sulphur cap takes effect, shipowners and IMO Member States are making final preparations...
With the imposition of the International Maritime Organization's (IMO) Sulphur Cap just months away a number of shipping, refining, fuel supply and standards organisations have worked to...
Health and safety changes introduced at Dublin Port following the accidental death of a haulier last week have led to major delays for hauliers and freight operators entering the country’s busie...
Autoridad Portuaria de Santander (APS – Port Authority of Santander) is working on a plan to build a vertical silo for storage of vehicles in Espigón Central de Raos...
You won’t find many – if any – who disagree that the higher the speed of a ship, the higher the level of greenhouse gas emissions...
Höegh Autoliners was recently presented with the 2019 Performance Excellence Award for "Vessel Carrier of the Year", at the American Honda Automotive Logistics Conference held in Los An...