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Construct IT Are the New Kids on the (Building) Block

BJS have an enviable reputation in home delivery and haulage (recently ranked 22 in this year’s Sunday Times Track International 200) and are delighted to announce the launch of Construct IT, bringing their bold branding and expertise to the building sector. Of course, the neon colour pallet does more than look good and makes the vehicles highly visible for all the right health and safety reasons. The bespoke fleet prioritises performance, efficiency and DVS compliance and is therefore able to...

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Purpose-Built Northern Depot to Open in Bolton

Hermes, one of the UK’s leading consumer delivery companies, has announced its plans to open a new, purpose-built depot In Bolton in Autumn 2021. It forms part of the company’s ongoing investment into its infrastructure, designed to support its significant volume increases which saw a record 600 million successful deliveries in 2020, up from 400 million. The new Wingates Estate Bolton depot will replace an existing site nearby with all current staff transferring and being joined by an additional 100...

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Xplore Dundee Orders Fully Electric Double Decker Buses

Xplore Dundee’s getting twelve fully electric double decker buses to improve the customer experience and help clean up the city’s air. These ‘Electric Emeralds’ will be deployed on one of the city’s most polluted streets, helping significantly in the fight to improve air quality. “We plan to operate the Electric Emeralds on Service 28, a high-frequency route which uses Lochee Road and is an air quality blackspot in Dundee. Although buses only contribute to 5% of the emissions on this...

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Brexit Heralds New Opportunities for Furniture Logistics

Logistics companies and truckers facing problems at UK ports cannot put all of the fault on Brexit or the Government - they have only themselves to blame - according to Chaucer, the world’s largest dedicated Furniture Logistics company. Contrary to most media reports, the majority of trucks continued to flow easily through UK ports post Brexit because the industry had been well prepared with all the right paperwork in place before the start of each delivery. In the first eight...

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Night Flying Essential to Deliver Vital Goods

Night Flying Essential to Deliver Vital Goods

In response to the launch of the government’s consultation on extending the current provision for night flights until 2024 and beyond, Zoe McLernon, Multimodal Policy Manager at Logistics UK, comments: “Air cargo services must be allowed to continue operating under the current night flying regime until 2024. This is essential to ensure businesses and the public continue to receive the medicine, manufacturing goods, and other products needed to support the nation; nearly half of air freight by value is flown during the night period to enable time-sensitive, next-day deliveries to arrive in a timely fashion. And, as the industry prepares to transport...

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Rail Upgrade Could Power a Pandemic Bounceback Boom

A rail project worth £200m that will link North Wales and the North West through a new super-hub at Chester, could power a 'pandemic bounceback boom'. The proposed investment would include £60m to speed up the North Wales main line to Holyhead, £60m to modernise and upgrade Chester Station and £80m to connect Wrexham to Liverpool, including £20m for a new station on Deeside. The package of works will be presented at Regional Recovery 2021, an online conference for the North...

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