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Rail training carriage completes marathon voyage to Port of Tyne

Rail training carriage completes marathon voyage to Port of Tyne

A 26-metre long training carriage destined for the Hitachi Rail Europe plant in Newton Aycliffe, County Durham, has rolled off the vehicle carrier Höegh London at the Port of Tyne to complete its journey from Japan.

Chancellor delivers fuel price message and hails courier firm’s actions

Chancellor delivers fuel price message and hails courier firm’s actions

When visiting Solihull-based AYS Logistics, the Chancellor of the Exchequer George Osborne discovered how falling oil prices have enabled the company to cut its costs and lower the fuel surcharge it applies in its delivery charges to customers, who are predominantly SMEs.

Volga-Dnepr and Norwegian Red Cross team up in fight against Ebola

Volga-Dnepr and Norwegian Red Cross team up in fight against Ebola

In support of the global relief effort to counter the outbreak of the Ebola disease, Volga-Dnepr Airlines has transported much-needed medical equipment from Oslo to Freetown, Sierra Leone, on behalf of the Norwegian Red Cross.

Telematics system helping DAF customers monitor fuel savings

Telematics system helping DAF customers monitor fuel savings

Operators are now able to track the fuel savings that the latest Euro 6 compliant DAF range of vehicles is delivering with the DAF Telematics system.

Pall-Ex Group unveils UK Pallets deal

Pall-Ex Group unveils UK Pallets deal

Following the announcement of the proposed closure of UK Pallets, Pall-Ex is offering assistance to the 73 hauliers as well as customers that will be affected.