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Raise industry standards with in-house qualified LGV instructors

Raise industry standards with in-house qualified LGV instructors

Businesses frequently outsource LGV driver training, but could training drivers with in-house instructors be the better choice for the transport industry?

How vehicle technologies can reduce emissions in the freight sector

New projects to explore how vehicle technologies can reduce emissions in the freight sector

Research will examine what role can vehicle-to-grid and electrification play in freight.

Turbulent times for the haulage sector

Turbulent times for the haulage sector

"I have never known a time when there have been so many issues affecting haulage at the same time, says RHA's Chief Executive Richard Burnett

No-deal customs training plans come as a “surprise” to freight forwarders

Government plans for ‘no-deal’ customs training come as a “surprise” to freight forwarders

Representatives of freight forwarders express surprise at press report suggesting the Government is planning to invest £8 million in customs training and automation in the event of a no-deal Brexit.

Unions warn of non-EU driver exploitation across Europe

Unions warn of non-EU driver exploitation across Europe

New Dutch report suggests non-EU drivers from countries including Belarus, Moldova and Ukraine are driving on western European roads on wages starting as low as €0.79 an hour.