DFDS is blaming new environmental legislation from the EU for the forthcoming closure of the ferry between Harwich and Esbjerg, although it conceded that the route has been struggling with high costs and freight being switched to road transport.
After months of requesting that detailed information regarding the Commonwealth Games should be provided to the freight industry, the Freight Transport Association (FTA) has confirmed that it is now optimistic that plans will be delivered in time.
Work has started on installing gantries which will house signage and technology associated with the new Dart Charge remote payment system scheduled to come into operation at the Dartford Crossing from October 2014.
Illegal use of red (duty-rebated) diesel can get operators into serious trouble with HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC) but Addlestone-based Capital Demolition Ltd found that its troubles did not end there.
Cyclists wear them, some horse-riders do too, as will police officers in a recently announced trial, and now truckers are the latest to turn to cameras to record what other people are getting up to on the road.
Last month we reported that France had warned the European Commission not to push ahead with further liberalisation of the cabotage rules and support has come for the French argument from one of the UK's leading haulage organisations.