Sunday 19th May 2019 - Logistics Manager Magazine

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TDG goes electric in London

The Delivery Group is switching its Central London fleet to electric vehicles in line with the introduction of the Mayor of London’s new ultra low emission zone initiative.

Logistics workers don’t want Brexit

Only 14 per cent of workers in transport and logistics voted in favour of Brexit, according to a survey of 5,000 employees across a range of industries by WMB Logistics.

ULEZ punishes haulage industry, says RHA

The Mayor of London’s Ultra-Low Emission Zone is punishing the road haulage industry, according to the Road Haulage Association following the introduction of the scheme on Monday.

DEFRA on the look-out for food stockpiling

The Department for the Environment, Food and Rural Affairs has hired Kantar Worldpanel to study shoppers’ buying trends in the run-up to Brexit in case it needs to take action to deal with food stockpiling.

London ULEZ starts on Monday

London’s Ultra Low Emission Zone comes into force on Monday (8th April) with daily charges of £100 for lorries that do not meet Euro VI emission standards.

AO builds £15m Brexit stockpile

Online electrical retailer AO has revealed that it has stockpiled some £15 million worth of its fastest moving products as part of its Brexit planning, warning that this is having an impact on its cash position.

£201m cash for road repairs

Local authorities have been given £201 million for road maintenance and pothole repairs by the government.