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BITA welcomes leap in forklift truck sales

BITA welcomes leap in forklift truck sales

The second quarter of 2014 has seen an 18% quarter-on-quarter rise in forklift trucks sales, with 7,851 sales recorded in the three month period compared to 6,615 for the same quarter of 2013 – a total increase in sales of 1,236 trucks.

Phil Williams, Head of Shell Commercial Fleet

Shell steps up the battle against fuel card fraud

By introducing Real Time Detection technology, which can detect criminal behaviour in seconds, Shell has significantly enhanced the fraud detection capabilities of its euroShell Card.

New Class 66 locomotives signal further growth for GB Railfreight

New Class 66 locomotives signal further growth for GB Railfreight

The arrival of the first batch of its new Class 66 locomotives from the USA has been heralded by GB Railfreight. They represent the first batch of an order of 21 Class 66s from Electro-Motive Diesel (EMD) and are part of the company’s largest ever investment in new locomotives.

Yorkshire gears up for the Tour de France

Yorkshire gears up for the Tour de France

This year’s Tour de France gets underway in Leeds on Saturday (yes, Yorkshire beat off all challengers) before heading to Harrogate, York and Sheffield over the weekend – taking in well-known locations such as Harewood House, Haworth and Holmfirth along the way. Then on Monday the race starts again in Cambridge and finishes in central London.

Eurotunnel to appeal CMA decision to ban MyFerryLink from Dover

Eurotunnel to appeal CMA decision to ban MyFerryLink from Dover

The confirmation by the Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) to uphold its decision made last year to ban the MyFerryLink ferries, Berlioz and Rodin, from the port of Dover for ten years, has brought a strong reaction from Eurotunnel.