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  • No Deal not acceptable to FTA Northern Ireland

    on Nov 22, 18 • in UK • with Comments Off on No Deal not acceptable to FTA Northern Ireland

    The Freight Transport Association has met with Prime Minister, Theresa May and delivered a message that No Deal is not an acceptable option for the logistics industry

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  • Don’t let M26 motorway plans divert Christmas says RHA

    on Nov 19, 18 • in UK • with Comments Off on Don’t let M26 motorway plans divert Christmas says RHA

    Kent’s M26 motorway – one of the UK’s busiest routes for hauliers heading towards, and returning from mainland Europe – will be closed from 10pm until 5.30 am the following morning, Monday to Thursday (inclusive) and on Friday nights 11pm to 6.00am until Friday, December

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  • IRHA welcomes draft Brexit agreement

    on Nov 17, 18 • in UK • with Comments Off on IRHA welcomes draft Brexit agreement

    The Irish Road Haulage Association has welcomed the draft agreement on Brexit reached between the EU and the UK and recognises the significant contribution made by the Irish Government in shaping the deal

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  • FTAI wants Compressed Natural Gas refuelling sites prioritised

    on Nov 15, 18 • in UK • with Comments Off on FTAI wants Compressed Natural Gas refuelling sites prioritised

    FTA Ireland (FTAI), the leading body representing the country’s logistics industry, is calling on the Minister of Communications, Climate Action & Environment to prioritise the opening of the country’s Compressed Natural Gas refuelling sites, if the sector is to be able to achieve its emissions reduction targets by

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  • Stena’s Sarah goes extra mile to visit Mercy Ship in Africa

    on Nov 14, 18 • in UK • with Comments Off on Stena’s Sarah goes extra mile to visit Mercy Ship in Africa

    A kind-hearted Stena Line cabin assistant has vowed to raise funds for Mercy Ships for the rest of her life, after experiencing first-hand the life-saving work carried out on board the hospital ship Africa Mercy in Guinea

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  • RHA acknowledges progress on Brexit agreement

    on Nov 14, 18 • in UK • with Comments Off on RHA acknowledges progress on Brexit agreement

    The RHA has acknowledged the progress announced on a draft Brexit agreement between the UK and

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  • New quality seal for products of guaranteed quality

    on Nov 12, 18 • in UK • with Comments Off on New quality seal for products of guaranteed quality

    DT Spare Parts stands for guaranteed quality automotive parts and accessories. All parts are subject to the Diesel Technic Quality System (DTQS) and are now documented with a new quality seal, which can be found on the closure of the product packaging

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  • McBurney Transport Group introduces Freeway Asset Management Software

    on Nov 12, 18 • in UK • with Comments Off on McBurney Transport Group introduces Freeway Asset Management Software

    The McBurney Transport Group has recently introduced a new asset management software to support the management of its fleet of 1,400 vehicles and trailers.  Using the system, developed and supplied by Freeway Fleet Systems, the McBurney Transport Group can now control every part of its fleet maintenance operations from a single interface

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  • John Lewis & Partners target efficiencies with Paragon

    on Nov 8, 18 • in UK • with Comments Off on John Lewis & Partners target efficiencies with Paragon

     John Lewis & Partners has implemented Paragon’s Live Management software to increase the efficiency of its nationwide operation. The retailer will now be able to share real-time delivery information across its store network, allowing each location to better manage the delivery and replenishment processes

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  • MOT reminders now extended to buses and lorries

    on Nov 8, 18 • in UK • with Comments Off on MOT reminders now extended to buses and lorries

    The ‘Get MOT reminders’ service has now been extended to commercial vehicles such as buses, lorries and their trailers

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