ARC proud sponsors at Charity Ball in aid of St Nicholas Hospice Care in Suffolk. On Saturday 17th March ARC Construction sponsored their client R&D Construction’s charity event at the All Saints hotel in Bury St Edmunds Suffolk. The occasion was a huge success helping to raise over £4000 for the local hospice.
Exciting times ahead as on 12th June we launch of our new division ‘Residential Care’.
The first quarter of 2017 at ARC has been eventful to say the least, with brand new clients on board every week across all divisions. The success of ARC certainly doesn’t stop there! In March, we opened two brand new branches, one in Birmingham and one in Grays in Essex. The Birmingham branch will be Continue Reading
Due to continued expansion we have now opened a new office in Grays Essex. The office will allow us to focus more on the South of Essex and London area for construction. We have also recently signed exclusive deals with some large developers within the local area and will be looking to increase our labour Continue Reading
MAN Truck & Bus UK has delivered 17 TGX 26.460 Euro 6C vehicles to Bibby Distribution. The delivery is part of a larger order of 70 vehicles for Bibby’s new contract with Tangerine, the independent sugar confectionary supplier. The rest of the vehicles will be delivered throughout February and April. Adam Purshall, head of fleet, Continue Reading
FedEx is to introduce all-electric Nissan e-NV200 vehicles for pickups and deliveries in the areas of Ghent, Brussels and Antwerp. Erik Uljee vice president, ground operations Benelux, said: “When it comes to road network and transport, Belgium is a key player. “ Our first priority is to reduce overall mileage by optimising routes. We match Continue Reading
DHL has launched its second Innovation Challenges and is inviting students, start-ups and inventors worldwide to submit their ideas for two logistics-related challenges. Participants are invited to either develop a prototype of a mobile piece picking robot or develop a solution to a logistics problem using a sharing economy business model, platform or concept. Robotics Continue Reading
Plans for the Operation Stack alternative, Stanford West truck park near the M20, are in the balance after local protesters were granted a judicial review of the scheme. The review, to be heard in June, will consider whether the scheme has failed to carry out an environmental assessment as required by EU law. If the Continue Reading
Brian Yeardley Continental has warned that the closure of the Folkestone Harbour and Alconbury truckstops, combined with the shutting down of French truckstops near Calais, could force UK drivers to exceed driving hours. Hauliers have suffered a slew of truckstop closures in recent weeks, in the UK and France. The A1(M) Alconbury truck stop closed Continue Reading
Transport minister John Hayes is to deliver the keynote speech at the Microlise Transport Conference. When he speaks at the Ricoh Arena on 17 May, Hayes will use the opportunity to discuss the opportunities the apprenticeship levy and trailblazer apprentiships can offer the road transport industry. Hayes said: “I have brought the industry together to Continue Reading