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Lorries pay for almost all road maintenance

Heavy goods vehicles alone pay enough tax  to cover almost the whole of UK spending on road maintenance, research by the Freight Transport Association has revealed ahead of the budget on 22nd November.

Calor invests £3.5m in LNG

Calor is investing £3.5 million in infrastructure to improve the availability of liquefied natural gas for the commercial vehicle market.

Geodis rolls out web portal for road transport

Geodis has rolled out a digital solution to simplify road transport. Neptune delivers real-time co-ordination of transport activity, reporting and analysis of key performance indicators, and document archiving.

Branson backs 670mph freight system

Sir Richard Branson has joined the board of Hyperloop One, the company behind the world’s first hyperloop system that can move goods and people at up to 670 miles an hour.

Miebach’s UK expansion “especially useful” after Brexit

Scania appeals against €880m fine

Scania is to appeal against the €880 million fine imposed by the European Union saying it “strongly contests all the findings and allegations” of participation in a commercial vehicle cartel.

UK needs road collision investigation unit, says TRL

TRL has called for on the government to create a specialist road collision investigation unit in response to figures showing and eight per cent increase in people killed or seriously injured in road accidents between 2015 and 2016.

CV production up 17.6pc

Commercial vehicle production was up 17.6 per cent to 3,744 units in August driven by overseas demand, according to the Society of Motor Manufactures and Traders.