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FTA hopes to retain TfL recognition

The FTA is amending its Truck Excellence Plus Scheme with the hope of retaining its TfL recognition as an equivalent to the new FORS standard.

New York City joins CILT benchmarking club

New York City has become the first international member of Palmark, the Public Authority Benchmarking Club run by the Chartered Institute of Logistics & Transport.

UK van registrations at record high

More pressure on hauliers over financial standing

Road hauliers will have to demonstrate 15 per cent greater financial reserves to operate legally in the UK as a result of the fall in the value of sterling, the Freight Transport Association has warned.

New standard for Fleet Operator Recognition Scheme

FORS, the Fleet Operator Recognition Scheme, has released the latest issue of its FORS Standard (version 4.0), saying it is easier to understand and contains more specific guidance on how FORS applies not only to trucks, but also to vans and to PSVs.

KRL takes over Just Vans

Palletways member KRL has expanded its operations after acquiring Just Vans (South West) Ltd in Frome.

MPs demand boost for renewable transport energy

MPs have warned that the UK will fail to meet its 2020 renewable energy target unless the government takes urgent action – and they highlighted the fact that the proportion of renewable energy used in transport actually fell last year.