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Additional ECMT permits allocated

Additional ECMT permits allocated

The UK has been granted additional European Conference of Ministers of Transport (ECMT) permits, some of which will be made available to Euro V vehicles, DfT confirms.

BIFA customs training receives CPD accreditation

BIFA customs training receives CPD accreditation

Freight forwarder group’s training courses receive one of the highest standards for both academic and practical qualifications, ensuring teaching and learning remain up-to-date.

Government agrees £33 million settlement deal with Eurotunnel

Government agrees £33 million out-of-court settlement with Eurotunnel

Transport secretary Chris Grayling reaches out-of-court settlement with Channel Tunnel operator

Increased demand in both domestic and export commercial vehicles market drives d

CV manufacturers enjoy best monthly performance for seven years

Increased demand in both domestic and export market drives double-digit growth

Industry concerns as Government presses ahead with tyre ban consultation

Industry concerns as Government presses ahead with tyre ban consultation

Freight Transport Association ‘dismayed’ by the DfT’s decision to consult on options to ban older tyres before publishing the findings of research to establish whether the age of a tyre has a direct impact on its safety.