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Put road freight at the heart of transport policy making, urges RHA

Put road freight at the heart of transport policy making, urges RHA

he Road Haulage Association has called on political parties to put road freight at the heart of transport policy making ahead of the general election.

Bristol ‘pay-to-pollute’ charges attack business, say hauliers

Charging hauliers to enter a clean air zone (CAZ) in Bristol will put firms at risk, the Road Haulage Association has warned.

DPD takes delivery of unique cargo bike

DPD takes delivery of unique ecargo bike

UK parcel delivery company receives first 10 electric assist cargo bikes from Oxford-based manufacturer EAV.

Darker days more tiring for van drivers

Darker days affect van drivers' physical and mental health; new research

Almost half of van drivers confess to nearly falling asleep at the wheel, new research suggests

Haulage company fined after worker becomes trapped under forklift

Haulage company fined after worker becomes trapped under forklift

Haulage company fined after worker becomes trapped under forklift A haulage company has been fined £20,000 following an incident where a warehouse operative was struck by a forklift truck at its business premises at Snetterton, Norfolk