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126. The Advantages of Outsourcing your Fleet Maintenance
January 28, 2019


More and more haulage companies are outsourcing fleet maintenance, taking advantage of savings and often getting a more efficient, flexible service. Different approaches are more appropriate for different firms, of course, but all managers should look into the concept of outsourcing – even if in-house maintenance works for your business, you might benefit from mixing and matching. Find out more about the benefits of outsourcing. Flexibility Maintenance needs vary over time. Even with regular checkups, many firms experience long stretches of quiet along with flurries of activi... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

127. Prevent Occupational Road Accidents with RoSPA's Training Course
January 24, 2019


The Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents, or RoSPA for short, plays a vital role in UK health and safety. Part of their work involves supporting organisations, businesses and other groups to become safer and healthier, including helping businesses to enhance the measures they have in place to protect their workers. The occupational safety department at RoSPA provides a wealth of information and advice regarding good practice in the workplace, and can guide businesses and organisations through the process of improving the ways they can help prevent accidents. For anyone in ... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

128. Keeping Fit: How to Avoid Work Injuries as an Owner Driver
January 24, 2019


Maintaining healthy habits can lead to more productive work and a longer career. Luckily, there a few simple steps that owner drivers can take to protect themselves from injury and keep fit. These few precautionary measures pay a big dividend over the course of a driver’s career, especially if they often work in poor weather or transport lots of heavy cargo. Preparing the Vehicle On the road, anything can happen. That’s why safety starts before even leaving the parking area. It’s always a good idea for an owner driver to make sure that their vehicle is in good working condition bef... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

129. Could You Already Be an Owner Driver?
January 24, 2019


Drive a lot for work? You may already qualify as a courier and not even know it! It used to be that only private delivery companies could get hired for jobs delivering parcels and packages all around the country. But not anymore. These days, private owner drivers are realising that they can put their time on the road to good use. If you’re already driving, why not get paid for it? Earn Extra Money through the Work You Already Do One of the most convenient things about being an owner driver is that it takes advantage of the work you’re already doing. Driving to Leeds for a job in the... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

130. Is Smart Traffic the Answer to Congested Commutes?
January 24, 2019


Congested and time consuming commutes can be a real source of frustration when you’re trying to complete a packed day’s worth of courier jobs. Smart traffic has been suggested as a solution to this issue, with those who support the idea pointing to how it could reduce congestion during the busiest hours of the day. For couriers, reduced congestion time would mean shorter delivery times and, with that, a more efficient and productive working day. Another benefit of reduced congestion would be that drivers wouldn’t have to spend as much time sitting stationary for long periods on their cou... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

131. Fingerprint Technology: What Is It and Will It Enter the Courier Network?
January 24, 2019


Whilst fingerprint technology is currently only available in cars, there is no reason to say that this kind of technology won’t be used throughout the delivery industry sooner rather than later. It is something that could transform the way in which a courier network operates on a day-to-day basis. Here’s how the future may be closer than you think. Hyundai Santa Fe At present, fingerprint unlock and start technology is only available in the Hyundai Santa Fe car. At the touch of the driver’s fingerprint, this car will unlock and start immediately, without the need for a traditio... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

132. Could Singles Day Come to the UK?
January 24, 2019


In China, Singles Day is a shopping event like no other. In 2018, shoppers spent $30.8 billion on a single Sunday, far eclipsing comparable buying frenzies elsewhere around the world. If it were to come to the UK, Singles Day could mean a whole lot of business for owner drivers making deliveries all across the country. What Is Singles Day? Think of it like the opposite of Valentine’s. For more than a decade, China has celebrated the 11th November as an opportunity for people not in a relationship to go mad. You’ll notice that the date in numerals is 11-11, or several ones in a row. T... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

133. How to See the Unseen: Nissan's New I2V Technology Unveiled
January 24, 2019


Anyone who works haulage jobs knows that your eyes are your most important tool on the job – and hauliers are known for their eagle eyesight. After all, when you drive for a living you become accustomed to keeping a keen lookout for a number of things at once, so much so that it becomes second nature to you. You know you constantly need to be aware of other drivers, pedestrians, cyclists, animals who may have accidentally wandered onto the motorway, debris in the road, accidents, ambulances… the list goes on and on. However, as much as you might like to, you can’t see what isn’t in your l... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

134. How a Game Aims to End Distracted Driving
January 24, 2019


There are so many things that are important to those who work in the haulage industry. You want to get along with your boss, you’d like a comfortable and well-equipped lorry and, of course, you’d like good hours and good pay. However, perhaps the most important thing to anyone who’s made a career out of transportation is road safety. This applies not only to your own habits but also the habits of others – after all, both the positive and negative actions of all the other drivers around you have an effect. Distractions on the Road While many think that drink driving is the most danger... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

135. What is meant by automotive conveyor system?
January 20, 2019


In the last 20 years, there has been various changes in the manufacturing industry due to technology. In the olden days, fabrication and manufacturing were performed by people by hands. At present, the technology and computer has transformed the industry and automation has remained as the leading advantage in the present manufacturing world. Automation systems helps companies to produce large range of products at fast rate. It does not compromise on quality in any way and repeatedly produces the same items as expected. It remains as the most important determining factor in deciding wheth... (read more)

Author: lakshmi priyanka

136. Clean Green Haulage Machine: How Electric Vehicle Charging is Becoming More Accessible
January 16, 2019


It’s no secret that the haulage industry is slowly but surely going green. We’re moving further and further away from the use of fossil fuels and other non-renewable resources and, as time progresses, more and more businesses are becoming environmentally conscious and investing in eco-friendly vehicles. With so much information and research surfacing about our planet’s less-than-perfect environmental state and the well-known benefits of reducing one’s carbon footprint, it’s not much of a surprise that this positive progression is taking place. There are many types of green vehicles availa... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

137. Truckfile Digital Recording Systems Making Life Easier for Hauliers
January 16, 2019


Haulage companies, like most businesses, thrive on being able to receive and respond quickly to accurate data. Logistics managers are always on the lookout for anything that can help them source and react to information about their business. The new Truckfile digital recording system has the potential to change the way fleets are managed. Read on to find out more about this new technology. What is Truckfile? Truckfile offers haulage companies an integrated means of managing their fleets. Its simple display means managers can view all relevant information with just a glance. A... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

138. Cyclist Safety: HGV Operators Installing System from SM UK
January 16, 2019


Anyone involved in managing or carrying out haulage work should constantly be looking for ways to improve safety. There are some basic human concerns, of course, as collisions cause stress to all involved, and can cause serious injuries and even fatalities. On top of this, collisions can be expensive, harm a company’s reputation and will almost always lead to higher insurance premiums. One of the biggest safety concerns for drivers of HGVs is cyclists. Their small size and manoeuvrability mean bikes can slip easily into blind spots. Worse, riders are often protected by little more than a... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

139. Automatic, Systematic ... Problematic? New Self-Driving Lorries
January 16, 2019


Self-driving technology might still have a way to go, but it’s improving fast. With major manufacturers moving into autonomous vehicles, it’s worth taking a look at the technology and how it might affect haulage companies. Where We’re At The first trials for semi-autonomous trucks on UK roads began in 2017. While that might sound surprising, it’s worth noting that a lot of vehicles are already semi-autonomous. Systems like cruise control, parking assistance and lane departure warnings all qualify. The difference becomes clearer if we think of these new vehicles as driverless ... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

140. Updated Vision Checks Encouraged for UK Hauliers
January 16, 2019


Are you a haulier in need of an eye test? If you’re not sure, the answer is probably yes. In fact, the answer is probably yes for most people in the haulage industry. Recent studies have found that a scarily small portion of drivers have had vision checks since their driving test, and failing to do so can result in dire consequences… The Stats According to Vision Express, there are around 7.6 million licence holders in the UK who haven’t had an eye test since their driving exam, in which they were asked to read a number plate from a distance of 20m. If you’ve been operating a HGV a... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

141. Use Mobile Apps to Improve Efficiency of Courier Jobs
January 16, 2019


Technology is becoming more advanced by the day, and with the easy availability of new systems and mobile applications for tracking, capturing data and performing safety checks, anyone working in the courier industry is in luck. It’s an exciting time... If you’re a fleet manager in the transport sector and you’re looking to find more efficient ways to keep track of your workers – and make sure they can manage themselves – here are some of the best and simplest technologies in the business. Remembering Safety Checks Courier jobs always involve vehicle safety checks, and most dri... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

142. Couriers Advised to Keep German Doors Open After Brexit
January 16, 2019


We’re all sick of hearing about Brexit, but no matter how hard we try to steer clear of the topic, for those working in the delivery industry, it always seems to find a way back into our lives. If you’re an owner driver you might be wondering how your business might be affected – adversely or positively. Although many of the details are not yet set in stone (to put it mildly), there’s one thing we can be sure of – for couriers, it’s going to be a very wise idea to keep the doors, and the lines of communication, to Germany wide open. Overseas Online Shoppers According to a study from... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

143. More Online Shopping is Good News for Couriers
January 16, 2019


For some, browsing busy high-street shops, wading through reams and reams of sale items and waiting in long queues for the checkout is not an enjoyable pastime. These people must have grown in number, because online shopping is become increasingly popular, with many customers opting to purchase items online and have them brought to their homes via a delivery service. If you’re an owner driver in the courier industry this means you’re in luck, so why not make the most of this extra work? This year, take your courier business to new heights by grabbing your piece of the online shopping deli... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

144. Should Courier Operators Make Dash Cams Compulsory?
January 16, 2019


Dash cams are becoming very popular among road users. They’re near-standard in some countries and are being increasingly embraced in the UK. This has led many fleet operators to wonder if they should be compulsory for anyone doing courier jobs. In this article, we’ll try to break down some of the pros and cons. Popularity It’s worth looking at some statistics to get a sense of how popular cameras are becoming. Recent data shows some surprising things: • Sales of dash cams doubled over the past year. • As many as one in ten cars now have a dash cam. As popularity grows... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

145. Safety Tips for Driving in Winter Fog
January 16, 2019


Fog-related accidents cause more than 500 fatalities yearly, but advice to avoid the roads in poor conditions doesn’t work for those doing courier work. Read on for our top tips to help keep you safe when you’re out on the roads in winter. Seeing the Issue Where ice can create slippy patches and damage the road, fog only really affects one area: visibility. Accordingly, most of these tips will focus on how you can remain aware of other vehicles, keep others aware of you and adjust to low visibility. Courier work can be stressful enough without driving blind so whether you’re ... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

146. Green Future: New CO2 Targets for Vans
January 16, 2019


As exhaustive discussions come to an end, the EU is getting ready to roll out its new CO2 targets. Part of a wider ‘green future’ project, these targets will have a big impact on courier jobs. Read on for the key takeaways. Cutting a Deal Like most things in politics, setting environmental goals requires compromise between various interests. Even within the EU, different bodies wanted different things: • The European Parliament wanted stricter standards for emissions. • National government representatives wanted more business-friendly targets. • The European Commission wa... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

147. Will Birmingham's New Clean Air Policy Affect You?
January 15, 2019


When you’re a haulier, you have the luxury of getting to travel all over the country (and sometimes even internationally). As you complete your deliveries and pick up your return loads, you get the opportunity to meet people from all different walks of life who come from cities you may never have thought to visit were it not for your mobile career. However, along with all the positives of travelling for work comes much responsibility – specifically keeping on top of the ever-changing rules and regulations of each and every city you visit. That can be tough and knowing the lay of so many ... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

148. Get Your Own Classic Movie Model Cars
January 07, 2019


Whether it's a classic bat shaped Batmobile, a DeLorean, or an Elvis Cadillac, everyone loves classic movie cars. Have you ever wanted to have one of those cars and be able to really call them your own? Well now you can, because the rise of Classic movie cars has always been around, and with each new feature that is immortalized as a classic, another car makes the list as well. Model makers have picked up on this classic love, and are selling and producing the models that allow for model enthusiasts to have their own versions of the movie cars. Classic Carlectables is just one of the... (read more)

Author: Edmund Brunetti

149. Getting The Best Storage For Your Ute
January 07, 2019


Whether you are a tradie looking to fit some extra storage into your working vehicle, a lover of all things outdoors who wants to make their ute the ultimate party vehicle, having a fully kitted out ute is the first step, 4wd storage systems are amongst the first things you will want to get fitted. Often utes take their passengers & tools to work on the weekdays and then out to party on the weekend, so a highly customisable system of ute storage drawers is key for ensuring the vehicle can switch from one role to the other. Most roller bearing units can hold up to 150 kg per drawer, are lo... (read more)

Author: Edmund Brunetti

150. Next Generation Petrol Generators in Bangalore
December 24, 2018


Over the years, there has been a significant increase in the demand for petrol generators. This category of generators is prevalent for many businesses and they are largely preferred for their attributes. Many mobile workshops predominantly depend upon these generators which is why the prime manufacturers like Kirloskar Oil Engines Limited (KOEL) design and develop petrol generators which aptly meet the expectations of industries not only in Bangalore but all over the country as well. Quality and durability are the chief characteristics which underline the best petrol generators in Bangal... (read more)

Author: John Edward



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