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October issue: Transport Minister Hayes pledges meeting on recruitment at National Lorry Week parliamentary event; Scania launches R- and S- series trucks in Paris. National Lorry Week launch events in Teeside with RHA National Chairman Jim French; metal theft campaign begins in Scotland; RHA She's RHA/Mercedes networking evening. Compliance Conference 2016 report. Vehicle test reports: Volvo FH16-750 tractor; Iveco Stralis XP tractor; Volvo FE-280 tractor. Legal news: review of the rules on termination of employment; changes to taxation of termination payments. RHA news: Home Office reviews policy in illegal migrants in trucks; introduction to the work of the All Parliamentary Group for Freight Transport. Features: the cost benefits of energy efficient warehousing; alternative fuel options; the impact of telematics on fleet management. RHA Legal Services advises on modern slavery and human trafficking statements. Truckforce answers questions on tyre management. Cat Bates talks to May Brown of Jobcentre Plus

Roadway Magazine Description:

PublisherThe Road Haulage Association Limited



Frequency11 Issues/Year

ROADWAY Magazine is the UK's leading business to business magazine for the road haulage and logistics industry. Published monthly, the magazine is read by thousands of firms engaged in or servicing the supply chain business.

ROADWAY provides a complete business picture, uncovering the personalties behind the operations, revealing best practice through regular profiles on hauliers, suppliers. The magazine gets to the heart of key concerns by asking the politicians direct and has team of professionals who report on specialist areas such as employment and legal issues. Logistics is a global business so ROADWAY also looks at the International picture. many of its readers are involved in deep sea container work and freight forwarding and of course we keep readers up to date on what is going on in Europe.

It contains regular features and reports about the latest commercial vehicles to come onto the market, getting hands through its truck testing programme. There is regular news on trailer design as well as materials handling news. All this is this complimented by coverage of all the products and services the freight transport and logistics industry relies on.

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