Davies Turner’s Express China rail freight service now goes direct to UK regions.
Bookings on its weekly fixed-day rail consol service from China to the UK continue to increase, so Davies Turner is adding UK destinations that will be served directly from China.
Tony Cole, (pictured above, inset) head of supply chain services at Davies Turner said: “Having reviewed the pattern of shipments we are carrying, we have decided to offer a direct service to our regional freight hubs in Birmingham, Bristol and Manchester, in addition to the existing direct service to Dartford.
Posted on: August 5th 2020
Ferry company Stena Line will start a new freight focused connection between Latvia, Sweden and Germany by adding a port-call in Karlskrona on the existing ferry route between Liepaja and Travemünde.
Stena Line offer seven routes in the Baltic Sea for freight and passenger transportation. The additional call in Karlskrona on the existing route between Liepaja and Travemünde, will start on 13 August 13.
Stena said the new service will enable more effective trade and transport opportunities between the Baltic countries and southern Scandinavia.
Posted on: August 4th 2020
The DKV BOX EUROPE, designed to invoice all relevant tolls in Europe, is now available.
With the DKV BOX EUROPE, you will need only one toll box for all your journeys through Europe. All your toll transactions will be shown on a single, integrated DKV invoice. The on-board unit can settle truck tolls in Germany, Belgium, France, Austria, Spain, Portugal, Tunnel Liefkenshoek in Belgium and the Herren Tunnel and Warnow Tunnel in Germany.
Posted on: November 25th 2019
Leading training organisation RTITB is set to change lift truck training with its new offering, eTruck UK – a unique digital storytelling tool that will increase training effectiveness while reducing training time by as much as two days per course.
eTruck is an award-winning digital storytelling system, developed by MA Systems in Sweden, which provides a new way to cover the theory content for materials handling equipment operator training. For operators in the UK, Ireland, India, and the Arabian Peninsula the innovative eTruck system is available only from RTITB.
Posted on: October 4th 2019
Previously known as TomTom Telematics, the fleet management provider is now operating under the new name of Webfleet Solutions. With this new identity Webfleet Solutions will continue to provide exactly the same products and services TomTom Telematics was known for, including WEBFLEET, NEXTFLEET, LINK devices and the range of PRO Driver Terminals.
Posted on: October 4th 2019
Pall-Ex is accelerating its recruitment with the launch of a nationwide Driver Drive, which will help tackle HGV driver shortages across its network.
The firm has launched a new website where drivers can apply for jobs across the network, including roles for class one and two HGV drivers, forklift truck operators and van drivers.
The East Midlands-based palletised distribution network is launching the drive during the Road Haulage Association’s National Lorry Week (16–23 September) designed to raise the profile of careers in the logistics industry.
Posted on: September 18th 2019
Europa Showfreight, a dedicated division of independent logistics provider Europa Worldwide Group, has appointed Paul Brady as Operations Manager to spearhead the development of the business as the pace of the exhibition industry continues to speed up.
Posted on: September 11th 2019
Customers at the busy container ports of London and Grangemouth can now track the status of their containers online, thanks to a new digital container tracking system launched by ports operator Forth Ports Ltd.
Posted on: September 5th 2019
Heavy cargo specialist Antonov Airlines has flown a 70-tonne high-tech satellite system from Munich Airport Germany, to Cayenne Félix Eboué Airport in French Guiana, South America, on behalf of German satellite manufacturer OHB System AG.
Working in partnership with heavy load logistics firm Kübler Spedition GmbH, an AN-124-100 variant from Antonov's fleet was used to transport the satellite and related equipment.
Posted on: August 6th 2019
Victa Railfreight has delivered its acclaimed Rail Safety Awareness (RSA) training course to the 1,000th delegate since starting the courses in November 2013.
The course is for staff who duties take them near railway infrastructure in depots, yards, terminals and sidings across the UK.
The 1,000th candidate was Martyn Kilner (pictured above, inset), who was enrolled on the Rail Safety Awareness Course at Drax Power Station on the 17 July 2019, along with seven of his colleagues.
Posted on: July 31st 2019