As UK-EU cross-Channel freight volumes return to normal levels and forwarders, hauliers and exporters continue to struggle with hugely changed systems, UK government modelling predicts an increase in ...
Japan’s Nissan Motor company will pause production at one of its British production lines on 22 January due to supply chain disruption caused by the pandemic, and said it expects to resume ...
The Volkswagen Group’s e-offensive is gaining traction: deliveries of electric models in the EU including the UK, Norway and Iceland increased more than fourfold in the year now ended to a total...
In response to the exceptional pressures on the freight industry due to the continued consequences of coronavirus (COVID-19), the Department for Transport (DfT) has introduced a temporary relaxation o...
The Port of Barcelona and the terminals operating in its facilities have already begun to take decisive steps towards the energy transition, a strategy in which the Port and the Port Community work to...
The Department for Transport has reportedly said that it is considering £150 fines for lorry drivers who enter Kent without a negative coronavirus test...
At last week’s Livestream Hour from Ultima Media, panellists from Volvo Cars and Gefco discussed how their daily business had changed with nearly two weeks of Brexit under their belts...
The International Chamber of Shipping is leading calls for governments to put seafarers and frontline maritime shore workers at the head of the vaccine queue and to&...
For drivers of vehicles headed to the Continent with freight the new rules brought in to accommodate the Brexit protocols are still proving difficult for many...
Output at Hyundai's Czech car plant fell 23% to 238,750 vehicles in 2020, hit by shutdowns during the coronavirus pandemic, although the factory expects a rebound in 2021...
An ongoing shortage in semiconductor supply is disrupting production of parts and vehicles around the world...
A new study by the European Automobile Manufacturers’ Association (ACEA) shows that there are currently 6...
ECG is glad to announce the first edition of its brand new publication entitled the Incident reporting bulletin...
Brittany Ferries on 18 January launched its France-Ireland ‘Brexit by-pass’ Ro-Ro service, connecting Cherbourg and Rosslare, two months earlier than originally planned, due to strong...
A global semiconductor shortage is forcing Audi to delay the production of some high-end cars and furlough workers, its Chief Executive Officer told the Financial Times...
Renault plans to strengthen its collaboration with alliance partners Nissan and Mitsubishi even as it undertakes a major overhaul itself, Chairman Jean-Dominique Senard said in interviews with Japanes...
While our roads are increasingly abuzz with electric cars and scooters, low-emission trucks are conspicuous by their absence...
The transport sector will not automatically become more sustainable through the adoption of autonomous vehicles, according to a study conducted by transport think tank Agora Verkehrswen...
BMW said on 15 January that it aims to double its sales of fully-electric vehicles this year as the German carmaker and rivals race to release new models to comply with CO2 emissions targets...
UIRR unveiled the results of a study concerning the impact of the new EU road haulage rules on Combined Transport (CT)...
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