About RHA Road Haulage Manual

Introducing the 2011 RHA Haulage Manual

The RHA Haulage Manual is recognised as one of the key benefits of RHA membership.

The road haulier’s ‘bible’ is updated annually and is sent free to the 8,000 road haulage and logistics operators in membership of the RHA and the Association’s associate members.

Copies of the Haulage Manual are also sold through the RHA Haulier’s Shop and it is available to view on-line via the RHA’s corporate website. The eBook is the most opened of the RHA’s digital publications and receives over 16,000 page views per month.

Containing all the latest information required to run a safe, compliant and efficient road haulage business the 2011 edition will publish in December 2010.

New for 2011 are chapters covering guidance on best business practice and the use of fleet management tools. We believe that, in addition to guiding haulage firms through the minefield of legislation they have to contend with, the manual should also offer expert advice on the operational aspects of running a transport company.

The business chapter is being written by one of the UK’s leading providers of specialist professional services and solutions for business and will include advice on raising finance, balance sheets, profit and loss, sales and marketing, credit control, mergers and acquisitions, insolvency and planning.

The fleet management chapter covers the use of technology to deliver transport management solutions. Written by a leading authority on the subject, topics will include: vehicle activity and driver behaviour, asset tracking, routeing and scheduling, mobile workers, proof of delivery and transport management.

Click here for the latest edition online

Click here for the RHA Haulage Manual media pack

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