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Volvo Trucks Partnership to Promote Women in Haulage

With a clear goal to encourage more women into joining the haulage industry, Volvo Trucks has partnered up with Girl Torque, an organisation founded last year by HGV driver Karen Sutherland from Ian S Roger. Girl Torque aims to promote the role of women in the transport and logistics sector and raise funds for charity. Since its launch, it has grown  rapidly, gathering nearly 50 women members, who all work in the UK haulage industry, many of them as HGV drivers....

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Combilift Boosts Equipment Uptime and Customer Service

Combilift, the largest global manufacturer of multi-directional forklifts and a leading provider of long-load handling solutions, has announced a partnership with Infor. As part of it, the company will start sing using Infor Coleman AI-driven parts recommendations, in combination with Infor CloudSuite Industrial, in order to boost equipment uptime and customer service while increasing employee satisfaction. "With new hires and less experienced staff in the parts department, we knew that there were missed revenue opportunities because of inaccurate quoting," said...

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Silvey Fleet Launches in the Republic of Ireland

Silvey Fleet, one of the UK’s most established resellers of fuel cards and fleet management solutions, has announced its expansion into the Irish market.  From September 2022 businesses in Ireland will be able to take advantage of Silvey Fleet’s services to save money, reduce time spent on administration and manage compliance. The Silvey Fleet fuel card will give fleet managers in Ireland access to competitively priced fuel at more than 400 sites throughout the Republic of Ireland. In addition, the...

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Zenobē Expands Collaboration with McGill’s

EV fleet and battery storage specialist Zenobē has announced it will be continuing the collaboration with McGill's, Scotland's leading bus operator. With a clear goal of bringing more electric bus services to West Central Scotland, the companies will electrify a bus depot at Greenock, as well as expand the electric depots at Inchinnan and Johnstone, which facilitate the operation of 41 new electric buses. "We are delighted to be extending our work with Zenobē. We are committed to offering our customers...

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Belfast Harbour Set to Build New Warehouse

A new warehouse has been announced at Belfast Harbour, in response to the growing demand from logistics operators as roro traffic at the port reaches an all-time high following Brexit. The £9 million warehouse at Westbank Road will be close to the port’s RoRo ferry terminals, providing close access for freight travelling to and from Great Britain. The new 50,000sq ft warehouse at Belfast Harbour will have a BREEAM ‘Excellent’ rating and will include provision of high efficiency chilled and...

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DP World Unveils Electric Terminal Tractor at London Gateway

DP World Unveils Electric Terminal Tractor at London Gateway

DP World has announced the arrival of the first ever all-electric terminal tractor at a British port. The Terberg YT203-EV will primarily be used at London Gateway for transporting goods the two-mile distance from the quayside to a distribution facility at the adjacent logistics park. DP World added that it plans to make its entire fleet of 11 terminal tractors at London Gateway all-electric in the near future. “We are delighted that Britain’s first all-electric terminal tractor is now in...

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Network Rail Signs Solar Panel Agreement with EDF Renewables

Network Rail has just announced that is has signed an agreement with EDF Renewables UK to use solar power in its transition journey to a greener railway network. As part of the agreement, Network Rail will benefit from 49.9MW of renewable energy capacity, accounting for 15% of its annual non-traction energy consumption. "Rail is already in a strong position in terms of its green credentials, but it’s crucial that we do everything we can as a business to improve air quality,...

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