Thursday 16th Aug 2018 - Logistics Manager Magazine

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Transport SMEs hit hard by late payments

Small companies in transport and distribution are some of the worst affected by late payments, according to new research from Hitachi Capital Business Finance.

Boost for Felixstowe rail freight expansion

Plans to increase rail freight capacity to and from Felixstowe have taken a step forward after Network Rail got the go-ahead to to build a new bridleway bridge across the Felixstowe branch line.

Royal Mail to appeal against £50m fine

Royal Mail is to appeal against a £50 million fine imposed by Ofcom for discriminating against Whistl – while Whistl is now planning to demand damages from Royal Mail.

More Ategos for Tuffnells

Tuffnells has taken delivery of ten Mercedes-Benz Atego 7.5 tonners which will be used in the Staffordshire region.

Royal Mail trials parcel post boxes

Royal Mail is trialling parcel post boxes that would allow customers to post pre-paid parcels in the same way that they currently post letters.