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76. A Brief Introduction to the World of Fleet Management
June 13, 2019


This important role of a Fleet Manager might seem an easy one to understand but there is more to it than first meets the eye. To be in charge of a fleet of vehicles several specific skills are required, and anyone taking on the role will need to have the confidence to make crucial decisions that affect the whole company and every part of the supply chain. For anyone considering this career path, in a nutshell, here is what the role entails. The Importance of the Fleet Manager As with any industry, the basic principle of this role is effective management, but there are particular... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

77. An Overview of the 2019 Microlise Transport Conference
June 13, 2019


This year’s Microlise Transport Conference was held on 15th May and, true to form, was another successful event. A free one-day event open to anyone involved in the road transport industry, the conference offered an excellent opportunity for attendees to increase their knowledge of current industry related topics. Several leading figures presented key subjects that included particularly interesting ideas and projections about the future of our industry. Attended by 1200 fellow professionals, this conference was ideal for those interested in staying up to date with information and de... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

78. The Pollutant Problem: Tests Show Truckers are the Worst Affected
June 11, 2019


Those in haulage work are facing a number of issues at the moment. Whether it’s driver shortages, increasing fuel prices or the pressure to ‘go green’, the transport industry is certainly under stress. Currently, one of the main (and most important) problems for drivers is their exposure to air pollution. Though pollution is being tackled in a number of ways (such as with the introduction of eco-friendly, electric vehicles and various charging stations all around the country), the health risks for those in haulage work are still being overlooked by the government. So, what is being done t... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

79. Greater Manchester is Hopping on the CAZ Bandwagon
June 10, 2019


If you work in the courier industry, chances are high that you’re already aware of the Clean Air Zone (CAZ) schemes that have been (or are soon to be) implemented across the country. If not, where have you been? The government is working toward tackling the high levels of harmful pollutants in the air, particularly in large cities, and, with London’s CAZ project underway, Greater Manchester is following with their own Clean Air Zone plan. The Need for Cleaner Air Since most harmful pollutants are invisible to the naked eye, in the past we’ve been rather complacent wandering aro... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

80. Supporting the Future with Slower Speeds on the Square Mile
June 10, 2019


In a bid to support the changing living and commuting habits of today’s Londoners, the City Corporation are pushing a new 15mph speed limit around the Square Mile. For those in courier work, this could not only mean a safer working environment, but a cleaner one too. This decision to push the new strategy is following a public consultation that took place last year and has been helped along with various proposals. Recent road monitoring has also played a part, revealing surprising statistics about the changes to London’s streets. What’s Changed? Those in courier work may have ... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

81. Find Out About The Different Types of Storage Drawers
June 07, 2019


Everyone who uses a ute or van eventually gets to the point where they bring their work into their vehicle. If you are a businessperson, then you’ve probably got papers and presentations and other things cluttering up the seats. If you’re a tradie, add in tools to the mess. But what if you need something that’s underneath all that stuff? Instead of climbing around the back of the ute or sorting through the items one at a time, imagine if you had an organisational system that could allow you to find everything you need with just one movement? Well, that’s what ute drawer systems can do for... (read more)

Author: Edmund Brunetti

82. PASSango's EuroPilot Feature: New Innovations from AS 24
May 30, 2019


Anyone who does delivery work in Europe knows how much of a pain it can be when countries aren’t aligned in their regulations and legislation. Toll payments can be especially troublesome, as drivers have to navigate a variety of different requirements in different countries. Making matters worse, despite regulation calling for alignment in 2004, many member states still haven’t integrated electronic payment systems. Luckily, companies that work within and alongside the industry understand the issue, and there are some good products on the market to help solve it. In this article, we’ll s... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

83. What do Haulage Companies need to Know about ULEZ?
May 30, 2019


ULEZ, or the Ultra Low Emissions Zone, is the new policy introduced in London in April 2019 to help reduce levels of pollution from vehicles. While it is certainly early days, it’s already set to impact an estimated 2.5 million vehicles in the capital each year. And those numbers will only rise, with the zone due for a major expansion in 2021. But what does all of this actually mean for haulage companies? In this article, we’ll aim to sum up some of the most important facts about the new policy for the transport sector. What is the ULEZ and How does it Affect Me? Replacing the... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

84. Why You Should Purchase a Euro-5 Used Volvo Truck
May 30, 2019


As of September 2015, all mass-produced vehicles sold in Europe must meet ‘Euro-6’ standards, as part of attempts to significantly reduce the level of pollutants in exhausts. Still, the older Euro-5 standard is not by any stretch obsolete, and many in the haulage industry could benefit from bargain prices on these older HGVs. In this article, we’ll give a quick overview of how buying used could help you save. Specifically, we’ll outline the benefits of the Volvo FH Classic, formerly the Volvo FH16. Using Older Standards Introduced in January 2011, the Euro-5 was the standard... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

85. 6 must-haves to take your car to the next level
May 30, 2019


GPS installation service. Just like the device on your cell phone, this system will let you know where you are, how to get to where you're going and, in some cases, the road conditions you might face. All of it makes your drives a lot smoother. Multimedia system You might have the world's best GPS in your car, but it won't change the fact that some places are just really far away from where you're going. In this case, there's nothing you can do apart from getting ready for a really long drive. The good news is that, once again, technology comes to the rescue: with a multimedia s... (read more)

Author: Johann Morais

86. Cardiff: A Clean Air Zone-Free City
May 30, 2019


Identified by some as integral to the UK’s efforts to tackle emissions across its major cities, clean air zones (or CAZs for short) have been right at the top of the agenda for some time now. There are very few who would disagree with the argument that more needs to be done to tackle congestion in these big cities, although there is contention over the best way to approach this. The difficulty is in finding a balance between continuing to support business and infrastructure whilst also putting in place measures that will make a long-term difference to emissions. Southampton, Nottingham a... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

87. Ford's New Hybrids: A Closer Look
May 30, 2019


The big news in the logistics industry is that Ford are set to make their new hybrid vans available. Back at the start of 2019, the manufacturer announced that all their models would include an electrified option, with this including their hybrids too. Those involved in courier work are sure to want to know more, especially if they’re considering a vehicle upgrade. The two Ford vans that have proved most popular with workers in the logistics industry will be some of the first to be included in this new move – this is likely to encourage those in the courier work business to make their mo... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

88. Delivery Trends to Look Out for Over the Next Ten Years
May 30, 2019


Whether you manage a fleet or you’re an independent courier driver, you’ll know the importance of staying up-to-date with the latest developments in the logistics industry. This is essential to maintaining excellent levels in driving performance, safety and environmental standards. Of course, these are predictions. They do, however, reflect a number of key patterns and developments that DHL expect to be highly significant over the next ten years or so. Planning ahead with these in mind will prove extremely useful for everyone from a senior manager to a part-time courier driver. The... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

89. At A Glance: The FORS Tyre Maintenance Guide
May 30, 2019


delivery work in the express freight exchange industry. Numerous transport exchange businesses are networked together on their website, trading jobs and capacity through what is now the fastest growing Freight Exchange in the UK. ">The Fleet Operator Recognition Scheme, or FORS for short, is viewed by many as the most convenient way of ensuring that your delivery work is always in line with the necessary regulations and meeting best practice standards. If you’re a fleet manager, an independent driver or you work for a big company, being aligned with FORS is essential to ensuring that you main... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

90. IMHX 2019: See the Newest Innovations in the Logistics Industry
May 30, 2019


September marks the start of one of the most anticipated events in the logistics industry: IMHX 2019. If you’re in a position of management, we highly recommend you attend. It doesn’t matter if you’ve been in the courier world for decades or if you’re a newbie who’s only just started your business – this is one function you don’t want to miss. Read on for more information, including what to expect and what new and exciting technology is in the works. The UK’s Largest Event in the Logistics Industry The subheading says it all – IMHX 2019 is exactly that. This year it will be held... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

91. Keeping Track of Industry Talent in Logistics Conference
May 30, 2019


With just a couple of months until the next Talent in Logistics Conference, now is a good time to think about buying your tickets. This event is aimed at bringing people working in the logistics industry together, and the conference is geared towards celebrating the incredible talent we are so lucky to have across the board. On 27 June this year, Marshall Arena in Milton Keynes will come alive with exhibitions, competitions and the all-important awards ceremony, which is held at the Hilton DoubleTree. For anyone with a career in freight forwarding or haulage who is dealing with subcontra... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

92. Get Your Motor Running: Kickstart a Career as an HGV Driver
May 30, 2019


If you are one of the many youngsters today unsure of what career path to take, why not consider joining the haulage industry and get involved in subcontract transport work? There is much more to this line of work than you may first think; the job can be varied, tasks can be challenging and opportunities for career development are excellent. Day-to-Day Duties Carrying out subcontract transport work is not only about driving from point A to point B. Your daily tasks could include getting involved in lots of other aspects of the job too, such as planning delivery schedules and routes, ... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

93. Making Life Easier for Hauliers: Flexible Fuelling
May 30, 2019


Anyone who does delivery work knows how important it is to be able to refuel quickly and easily. Access to infrastructure and quick-use products can make the difference between completing a job comfortably on time and under budget, and racking up costs. While a lot of providers focus on building and renovating stations, other companies are coming up with innovative ways to improve the refuelling process for hauliers. One is AS 24, which is making changes with its new fuel cards. Read on to learn more. Flexible Fuel Cards AS 24 is already a leading provider of European toll bad... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

94. Frequently Asked Questions About Self-Employed Courier Driver Jobs
May 30, 2019


Many people in the logistics industry look into the idea of working for themselves. They are attracted to the freedom, the ability to choose their own hours and the fact that they can be their own boss. However appealing the thought may be, however, some are left with lots of queries about what a career doing self-employed courier driver jobs entails. We’ve put together some of the most frequently asked questions and, hopefully, by the end of this article more than a few of yours will have been answered. What Are the Requirements? When it comes to self-employed courier driver jobs, t... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

95. Big Link, Long Chain: How to Become a Supply Chain Manager
April 11, 2019


If you want to work in the logistics industry there are many opportunities to be found. For those looking for a fast-paced and challenging career, becoming a supply chain manager may appeal. You could already be an experienced lorry driver looking to move up or you might be entirely new to the sector, but either way your route to the destination might look something like we describe below. The Position Defined Firstly, let’s clarify exactly what a person in this position does – because it’s quite a good deal more than simply subcontract transport work, although that can be one aspec... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

96. HMRC Offers a No-Deal Helping Hand to Hauliers
April 11, 2019


Whatever your views might be on Brexit, uncertainty over the terms of the UK’s departure from the European Union is undoubtedly bad for business across the country. Haulage companies in particular stand to face significant issues. A ‘no-deal’ exit, which would see the UK-EU relationship shift to World Trade Organization (WTO) terms, could change the system of customs checks goods have to go through literally overnight, creating delays and jams at ports of entry. Still, there are plenty of reasons to remain positive about the situation. The government is not ignoring these concerns, with ... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

97. DPD and TfL Join Forces to Plan the Future of Logistics
April 11, 2019


Most haulage companies understand the importance of flexibility. On top of the standard pressures businesses face, like keeping costs low, the transport sector also deals with a fast-changing regulatory environment, spurred on by ecological concerns. There are few places where this is more evident than in London. Over the next few years, the UK capital aims to bring in some game changing measures. But, don’t worry, it’s not all doom and gloom. Top delivery firm DPD is already working well with Transport for London (TfL), pointing a way forwards for the logistics industry. TfL’s Pla... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

98. Drive Away Distracted Driving with These Top Tips
April 11, 2019


For every motorist, safety on the road should be of the highest priority. However, if you do courier work for a living, the potential problems and risks become magnified simply because of the amount of time you spend behind the wheel. It’s not easy staying alert and vigilant to your surroundings all day every day, but it’s absolutely vital to your own safety and well-being – not to mention that of other road users and pedestrians. If you’re in need of a little help to keep your attention on the straight and narrow while you’re doing courier work, these tips will steer you in the directio... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

99. Top Tips for How to Improve Your Driving Skills
April 11, 2019


No matter how good a driver you think you are (ok, that you know you are), there’s not a person in the world that couldn’t benefit from some advice on how to be a better one. Even if driving seems like second nature to you, if you’re involved in a career doing courier jobs it’s all too easy to fall into complacency and bad habits when you’re out on the roads so much. While some of the following tips may seem like common sense, they certainly bear repeating. And repeating. If you’ve just started doing courier jobs you’ll find some gems, and if you’re an old dog, you might dig up a few tas... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

100. FTA Looks for Support on the Black Route
April 09, 2019


As champions of the UK logistics industry, the FTA (Freight Transport Association) provides a much-needed voice to the government on behalf of the sector. The association carries out vital on-going work that benefits the haulage industry and one of its latest campaigns has been a call to the Welsh Assembly Members, asking them to put pressure on the First Minister to endorse plans for the M4 ‘Black Route’. The FTA is looking for support of the proposed plans not only to inject hundreds of millions of pounds into the Welsh economy, but also to reduce the consistently high levels of congest... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves



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