road haulage


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road haulage

nautotrasporti mpl
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The Slovakia's road haulage association ESMAD supports the Europe-wide initiative to recover damages of hauliers incurred as a result of a cartel of several leading truck manufacturers.
West Midlands Haulage, a local group of The Road Haulage Association, is celebrating 75 years on June 15with an event at the Black Country Living Museum in Dudley The theme of the event is past, present, future and will include an appearance of the world's first 100-tonne truck, a 1929 Scammell, owned by Black Country haulier and truck enthusiast Maurice Hudson.
Uzbekistan plans to reconsider the existing agreements and sign new ones for international road haulage with countries along the routes that ensure access of Uzbek goods to foreign markets and to the oceans of the world.
Colne Valley Conservative Jason McCartney said the road haulage industry had warned of a massive shortfall in HGV drivers and was predicting that it would need many thousands more over the next four years.
At a meeting bringing together the Union of Bulgarian Transport Workers, the Road Infrastructure Agency (RIA), and traffic police (KAT), calls of road haulage workers were heeded according to which truckers will not have to conform to any timetable except for one with precise days and hours to pull over.
Reflecting the size of the country, India's road freight network is huge, and we forecast that 7.03bn tonnes will be transported by road haulage in 2015, ending March 2016.
The Road Haulage Association (RHA) has urged Mr Cameron to visit Calais and see what lorry drivers are experiencing for himself.
The Road Haulage Association (RHA) has suggested deployment of the French military to boost security in the port city amid fears a fatality could occur.
The undertaking was made at a meeting held last week between Peel Ports, the Road Haulage Association (RHA) and other hauliers, at which concerns were raised about recent incidents when hauliers struggled to gain entry to the port.
help mitigate the rising volume of road haulage traffic, causing delays on the causeway according to reports.
Mr Nattrass, a member of the European Parliament's transport committee, said: "Despite the fact that the UK Government says it will not allow mega trucks on UK roads it will come under huge pressure from the road haulage industry to allow mega trucks on competition grounds, a case of mega trucks through the back door."