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The Road Haulage Association is the only UK trade association dedicated solely to the needs of UK road transport operators.
The proportion of transport and haulage firms in the region at higher than normal risk of insolvency fell by 2.
Peel Ports made the promise as talks took place yesterday between the company and the Road Haulage Association (RHA) to address delays that have been adversely affecting road haulage firms collecting containers from the port.
Northumberland County Council is to carry out a vibration study at Wark on Tweed that will examine noise and disruption caused by haulage traffic.
Mark Lodge, relationship director at Lloyds Bank Commercial Banking, said: "Businesses often don't have the capability to transport oversize machinery, and this is where Allelys Heavy Haulage steps in.
Through the simulation process, HAULSIM can even help miners find efficiencies in their current operational configuration through changes in their haulage plan, without the cost of expanding their fleet and without the need to spend any capital to test assumptions.
Mikael Lidhage, fuel management director at Volvo Trucks, said, 'In order to succeed in cutting the haulage firm's overall fuel consumption, the part played by the drivers is vital.
I note that trucks are still running and that haulage firms are still in existence.
Transport Secretary Patrick McLoughlin said: "These proposals will deliver a vital shot in the arm to the UK haulage industry.
Two Shell To Sea protesters yesterday locked themselves to a concrete barrel to block the fuel giant's haulage to Aughoose in Erris, Co Mayo.
THE cost of running a typical 44-tonne lorry has risen by pounds 410 a year in just one week, according to the Road Haulage Association.
Speaking before the service, Stobart Group deputy chief executive Richard Butcher described him as "a true legend of the haulage industry".