Friday 21st Jul 2017 - Logistics Manager

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DVSA to crack down on emission cheats

The Driver and Vehicle Standards Agency is to launch roadside checks in August in a crack-down on operators and drivers using cheat devices to get round emissions legislation.

RHA attacks migrant penalty system

The Road Haulage Association has called on the government to review the system which means that hauliers are fined if illegal migrants are found in their trucks.

New TC disqualifies haulage director for using magnet

New North West Traffic Commissioner Simon Evans has disqualified a haulage director for two years after he admitted using a magnet to tamper with the tachograph to hide driving during a daily rest period.

MP Theresa May is coming in. Martin and Nicola will be chatting with her. Advertiser Office, Maidenhead

Brexit fears follow election shambles

The logistics and transport industry has responded to the shock UK general election outcome which has resulted in the Conservative party forming a minority government with the Democratic Unionists.