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  • Industry groups warn on new EU truck CO2 rules

    on Feb 2, 23 • in UK News • with No Comments

    Road transport, shippers and energy groups in Europe have called for carbon neutral fuels to be recognised as a long-term decarbonisation solution, alongside electrification and hydrogen, for a well-functioning and stable EU logistics sector

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  • VisionTrack sees growing demand for video telematics

    on Feb 2, 23 • in UK News • with No Comments

    VisionTrack, the leading AI video telematics specialist, achieved rapid growth during 2022, experiencing strong demand from commercial fleet operators both in the UK and internationally. The number of cameras connected to its award-winning IoT platform, Autonomise.ai, increased by 43 per cent, with the rapidly expanding US market now making up more than 10 per cent of the overall devices

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  • Applied Driving partners with SureCam

    on Feb 2, 23 • in UK News • with No Comments

    Applied Driving has entered into a partnership with video telematics specialist SureCam. Under the agreement, Applied Driving’s online web-application Riskmapp will be integrated with SureCam’s network-connected dash cameras. This will help fleets to enhance driver engagement, by receiving Triggered TrainingTM  in conjunction with the high-quality video footage of driving events

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  • How to cut fleet expenses in 2023

    on Jan 26, 23 • in UK News • with Comments Off on How to cut fleet expenses in 2023

    The temporary cut to Fuel Duty is due to expire in March. The government has said nothing about extending it. Businesses with fuel vehicles should therefore expect their fuel expenses to go up from the end of March. There may, however, be ways for businesses to reduce their fleet expenses in other ways. Here are some ideas to consider. To explain further, Andrea Easton, Head of Finance and Operations at Walker Movements, shares her insight into how you can cut fleet expenses in

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  • Applied Driving achieves record levels of growth

    on Jan 19, 23 • in UK News • with Comments Off on Applied Driving achieves record levels of growth

    Applied Driving, the global provider of driver safety and performance management solutions, had a record year in 2022. Following a 24% increase in its UK and international client base, the company experienced a 142% rise in in-vehicle driver training sessions and 34% growth in completed e-learning modules. Applied Driving has also seen a strong demand for its innovative technology Companion+, now available as a smartphone app or through telematic integration, as fleets focus on the elimination of at-risk driver behaviour

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  • Logistics UK meets with senior ministers to discuss NI protocol

    on Jan 16, 23 • in UK News • with Comments Off on Logistics UK meets with senior ministers to discuss NI protocol

    Logistics UK – as part of the Northern Ireland Business Brexit Working Group (NIBBWG) – has cmet the Foreign Secretary, The Rt Hon James Cleverly MP, to discuss the ongoing and future impacts of the Northern Ireland Protocol on NI trade, and to discuss solutions that will provide its members with much-needed trading certainty moving forward

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  • Irish Government set to establish Road Freight Forum

    on Jan 10, 23 • in UK News • with Comments Off on Irish Government set to establish Road Freight Forum

    The Department of Transport in Ireland is set to establish a Road Freight Forum with representatives from relevant Government Departments, agencies and the haulage, freight distribution and logistics sector, as part of its “Road Haulage Strategy 2022-2031”

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  • Inseego partners with Pocket Box

    on Jan 5, 23 • in UK News • with Comments Off on Inseego partners with Pocket Box

    Inseego has teamed up with vehicle and driver management software specialist, Pocket Box, to deliver telematics-enabled fleet management solutions. Under the partnership, the company’s fleet customers will now be able to take advantage of a powerful and easy-to-use tool to ensure vehicles are kept road legal and safe, while staff are fit and eligible to drive

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  • Applied Driving partners with Institute of Highway Engineers

    on Jan 5, 23 • in UK News • with Comments Off on Applied Driving partners with Institute of Highway Engineers

    Applied Driving has teamed up with the Institute of Highway Engineers (IHE) to improve health and safety for those working on the road network. The global provider of driver safety and performance management solutions has become an IHE Professional Development Partner, continuing to share best practices and help raise standards across the highways sector

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  • How to keep your new HGV site secure after an expansion

    on Dec 23, 22 • in UK News • with Comments Off on How to keep your new HGV site secure after an expansion

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    Expanding your HGV business is no small feat. If you have expanded your HGV business into a new area, it means your business is doing something right. There is a lot to consider, and you should carefully manage your expectations in the first few days

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  • What things should be considered when scaffolding

    on Dec 23, 22 • in UK News • with Comments Off on What things should be considered when scaffolding

    There are a lot of Health and Safety and regulatory arrangements that need to be followed when scaffolding as this activity can be dangerous. One wrong screw can send this house of cards down. Making sure that all these rules are followed is extremely important for those that are undertaking the activity to make sure they are as safe as possible. Getting this wrong could end up drastically with someone getting themselves injured or even worse it could end in a fatality. If you are requiring scaffolding at all, here are some of the things

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  • Things to consider when transporting hazardous goods

    on Dec 21, 22 • in UK News • with Comments Off on Things to consider when transporting hazardous goods

    It’s always a good idea for firms to ship as many packages and parcels as possible. That said, not all deliveries are equal

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