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CV registrations continue strong upward trend

The Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders (SMMT) has reported that commercial vehicle registrations rose by 17.4% during May to 31,922 units.

FTA reminds PM of the importance of a UK global hub airport

The Freight Transport Association (FTA) has outlined to David Cameron that air freight should not be overlooked when considering the options for creating new airport capacity in south east England, and further emphasised the importance of a UK global hub airport.

John Lloyd, Senior Vice President Cargo at Virgin Atlantic

Virgin Atlantic Cargo adds Detroit to its list of US destinations

Detroit has become Virgin Atlantic Cargo’s eleventh gateway in North America with the start of daily flights to and from London Heathrow, giving customers greater access to and from the US Midwest.

Rail strikes called off after Acas talks

Rail strikes called off after Acas talks

Following four days of further talks with Network Rail at the offices of Acas, the Rail, Maritime and Transport (RMT) has called off the three days strike action planned for this Thursday and next week.

Kevin Buchanan, Group Managing Director, Pall-Ex

Sector needs investment, incentives and a cut in fuel duty!

Every five years, companies pause their investment decisions while the nation decides which party will be in government. It puts the country’s economic recovery on hold, but having seen a Conservative majority win, confidence in the market has soared.