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Croydon haulier achieves ninth FORS Gold award

A Croydon logistics firm is starting 2023 in pole position after achieving the industry’s coveted Gold standard Fleet Operator Recognition Scheme (FORS) award for the ninth year in a row. ELB Partners has renewed its commitment to vehicle safety and environmental best practice by retaining the sector’s top accolade, after undergoing a comprehensive audit of its 60-strong fleet of trucks and trailers. The family-run logistics specialist, which is a member of the Pallet-Track network, is the only London-based business to...

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GXO Logistics extends partnership with Groupe SEB

GXO Logistics has extended its partnership with French domestic appliance manufacturer Groupe SEB in a deal which will also see it offer additional warehouse space in the UK. Groupe SEB’s appliances and cookware are sold through multi-format retailing in more than 150 countries. "We’re excited to extend our longstanding partnership with Groupe SEB as they continue to grow their business. With our commitment to continuous improvement, we’re helping Groupe SEB’s omnichannel business provide an outstanding customer experience in the UK...

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Webfleet showcases innovative solutions at the CV Show

The latest developments in connected fleet management – helping businesses navigate some of the biggest fleet challenges of 2023 – will be showcased by Webfleet at this year’s Commercial Vehicle Show (CV Show). Truck and van fleets will discover how they can improve operational efficiencies and risk management processes to control costs, while also being introduced to solutions to help them meet their sustainability goals. "Webfleet sits at the fore of practical innovations that help improve, streamline and decarbonise transport...

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Zenobē and Newport Transport expand collaboration

Zenobē, the EV fleet and battery storage specialist, today announces an extension of its working relationship with Newport Transport, installing 16 new charging points, made up of eight double-headed chargers, to provide further charging support to its fleet of 32 electric buses. This addition will allow the operator to have all its electric buses on the road at the same time, enable dynamic charging strategies and provide greater charging flexibility for future fleet expansion. "Scott and the team at Newport...

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SEA Transport acquisition named Deal of the Month

The acquisition of a port services and maritime haulage business by Enact, the SME fund managed by private equity house Endless, has been named as Deal of the Month for November. Established in 2000, SEA Transport is a family-owned port centric business, providing services to the maritime container sector. The company trades from an operational footprint of 100,000 sq ft, which includes an 82,000 sq ft bonded warehouse on Felixstowe port, Suffolk. Enact is supporting a management buy-in (MBI) team,...

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Air Products supports UK's transition to clean hydrogen

Air Products supports UK’s transition to clean hydrogen

Hydrogen supplier Air Products is set to bolster its presence in the UK with a £6.5 million investment in a trailer and cylinder filling station at its Llanwern facility in South Wales. Expected to be onstream next spring, it will make an additional 1.5 tonnes of fuel-cell-grade hydrogen available daily, with capacity to serve a fleet of 50 trucks. "At Air Products, we are working with commercial partners and governments in the UK and around the world to drive the...

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XPO launches Eurotunnel rail service with Schneider

XPO and its strategic partner Schneider Electric have deployed a road-rail-ferry freight solution between France and the UK to drive down carbon emissions by almost half. The bespoke solution involves moving parts and components on round-trip runs between Schneider’s warehouse in Mions, France and its Telford production plant. Containers of freight are first moved by road from Mions to the rail terminal in Venissieux, where they then move through the Eurotunnel or terminate at Dourges, where they cross the Channel...

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