IoC news

IoC news

Industry news of relevance to Fellows and Members

Hermes Evri this week opened Barnsley 60 million pound investment this week.

Largest in Europe, the new automated parcel distribution hub, a £60 million investment in Barnsley, near Sheffield.

The CitySprint Cycle Team tackled the 55-mile bike ride from London to Brighton in aid of the Trussell Trust, and raised a whopping £22,065 for the anti-poverty charity!


• Two priorities Byford set at the start of his period at the helm now delivered

• Byford closes out 33 year public service career to resume life in the United States with his wife

• Current Chief Operating Officer, Andy Lord, to become Commissioner on an interim basis

Set your diary for next week Sept 20th.

IOC Heads of Industry remains on.

Bumper top level keynotes at the IoD table, Pall Mall London.

Fuel derivative values - employment law – DVSA, DfT & TfGM.

With the new PM, comes a new Secretary of State for Transport, Anne-Marie Trevelyan, and the appointment of the first DfT Minister followed shortly after - Kevin Foster.


George Sinclair celebrates 45 years of delivering parcels.

IOC launch new stream of the working final mile vehicle gallery.

A focus on all things ZE cargo carrier - cycles, trikes, covered quads, trolleys...

Fedex launch Huntingdon e-cargo bikes.

Zero emission step to ambition to be carbon neutral.

UPS on innovative solutions. ‘As part of the Games' legacy UPS have been trialling the Olympic Park Stratford, East London.

HBC Biggleswade could not have come at a better time