The temporary relaxation from certain provisions of EU driving and resting time rules due to ongoing COVID-19 pandemic expires on this Sunday at 12 midnight, the 31 May 2020. The temporary derogation from certain rules concerning the driving and resting times for drivers of commercial vehicles will, as previously advised, expire on 31 May. From
The Northern Ireland Executive has announced that from 8 June, “the conduct of business by outdoor non-food retailers will be permitted, including new and used car retailers; retailers of light motor vehicles, lorries/trailers; retailers of caravans or motorhomes, and retailers of agricultural or other large machinery”. Over the past weeks, NFDA has been lobbying the
– Featured by Transport NewsThis month a British engineering company Penso launched a new range of ultra-lightweight bodies for 3.5-tonne commercial vehicles carefully designed to tackle some of the key issues facing last-mile logistics fleets, namely: reducing carbon footprint and, today more than ever before, increasing customer demand.
The Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transport (CILT) and the Freight Transport Association (FTA) in the UK have released the ‘Good Practice Guide for Covid-19’ – a document sharing practical advice on how logistics businesses can restart their operations safely, effectively and quickly as the nation emerges from lockdown. This coincides with guidance released from
Soltec tells us that it has added new products to their sanitising products range. Soltec Sanitising Station The Soltec hand sanitising station holds our 500ml hand sanitiser dispenser and has a compartment for holding a box of disposable gloves. This station is ideal for the workplace, entry points to buildings and large offices. Hand Sanitiser
Check out a short video here ( https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=14MtskEkYys ) from the Garage Inspector, Andy Savva. He speaks to Irish garage owners, management and staff who have returned or are in the process of returning to work. He speaks about helping customers to feel safe at their garage and it is all in conjunction with a
FreshLinc Group – one of the UK’s biggest logistics firms, with a combined fleet of approximately 400 commercial vehicles – is now running exclusively on Michelin tyres after moving its entire bulk transport fleet onto its existing tyre management contract with the manufacturer.
The Road Safety Authority (RSA) and An Garda Síochána have renewed their appeal for road users to take extra care when using the roads, as provisional collision figures for 2020 show that there has been a 17% increase in the number of fatal crashes and a 9% increase in road deaths compared to last year.
This morning, Volkswagen Commercial Vehicles Ireland (VCVI) launched their ‘Restart’ strategy following the governmental guidance that motor retailers can resume sales and aftersales activities this week.