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Industry-first bio-LNG offering for Flogas customers

Flogas Britain – a major supplier of liquefied petroleum gas (LPG) and liquefied natural gas (LNG) – has added liquid biomethane (Bio-LNG) to its off-grid energy supply, marking the industry’s very first Bio-LNG solution for commercial and industrial operations.  more

FTA to help businesses tackle labour shortage with new event

Thirty-six per cent of logistics companies anticipate long delays recruiting HGV drivers in the next 12 months, according to a 2019 survey by FTA, as the labour shortage across the sector reaches crisis point. more

Transporeon survey results: Freight forwarders want digital cooperation

In May of this year, Transporeon conducted a market assessment and business development survey among more than 1,000 European road carriers for the second time since 2018. The results are summarised in the report Capacity, Pricing & Technology: 2019 European Road Transportation Survey more

No deal Brexit must not result in dangerously exhausted lorry drivers, warns Unite

Unite is warning that the government must ensure a no deal Brexit does not result in exhausted lorry drivers, who pose a danger to other road users. more

Take action now to tackle Brexit changes, says Rhenus Logistics

Global forwarding specialist Rhenus Logistics has produced a handy checklist for international shippers of goods to help them manage their requirements in the run-up to the UK’s scheduled departure from the European Union. more

FTA seeks logistics thought leaders for new flagship event

As a sector, logistics is at the heart of the success of UK plc, with more than seven million people involved in the industry and associated business areas. more

Time for politics to give way to action, says FTA

The time has come for government to put the politics of Brexit to one side, come clean with industry, and share its full impact assessment for a No Deal departure from the EU, according to FTA, the organisation which speaks for the logistics sector. more

DHL Supply Chain invests £90 million in its UK fleet to support the growth of the network

DHL Supply Chain, market leader in contract logistics and part of Deutsche Post DHL Group, has today announced a significant fleet investment in the UK.  more

Bespoke loading bays from stertil dock products Support DHL operations at Manchester Airport

An installation of 99 loading bays by Stertil Dock Products supports a revolutionary DHL distribution hub at Manchester Airport City.

Situated close to junction 6 of the M56 Motorway, the location ... more

UK industries must shift towards renewable, carbon-neutral biofuels

Crown Oil has invested in a stock of carbon-neutral, renewable and sustainable HVO biofuel in a bid to shift demand in UK industrial sector from diesel and gas oil to an alternative with a vastly reduced environmental impact.  more

Onward Holdings places Atlas Park on the market

Onward Holdings Ltd is offering businesses a base for a logistics hub in the heart of Yorkshire that is certain to attract significant interest due to the pressure on warehousing space in the UK, amplified by the economic uncertainty surrounding Brexit. more

Increased automation and digitalisation are key trends for freight forwarders this year, IAG Cargo survey finds

IAG Cargo has shared the findings from a global survey of more than 400 freight forwarders in 47 countries on perceptions of the air cargo industry this year. The report, Cargo Next, identifies the key trends and expectations of freight forwarders within the next 12 months.  more

Statement on warehousing shortage from UKWA

The pressure on warehousing space has become grave indeed as once again firms – and the government – seek to stockpile goods ahead of a possible ‘no deal’ on 31st October 2019. more

New approaches to training and recruitment hold the key to solving logistics skills crisis, says leading driver trainer

One of the UK’s leading specialist driver training providers has highlighted the importance of new approaches to training, in addressing the severe skills shortages detailed in the report issued by the Chartered Institute of Logistics & Transport and Statista at the end of June. more

Half of logistics companies haven't started Brexit scenario planning, CILT study finds

New report by the Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transport (CILT) and Statista reveals how uncertainty around Brexit are affecting planning decisions. more

LEEA goes to parliament

The lifting Industry congregated at the Palace of Westminster in London on 17 July 2019 for a Parliamentary Reception – hosted by Jonathan Djanogly, MP for Huntingdon, on behalf of the Lifting Equipment Engineers Association (LEEA). more

Renovotec launches Rugged Hardware Rentals campaign

“Going forward our scheme will give supply chain users the flexibility to scale their warehousing and logistics flexibly and economically, in line with spikes in demand” says Renovotec managing ... more

Cimcorp partners with Conveyor Networks to target the UK distribution market

Cimcorp, a manufacturer and integrator of turnkey robotic order fulfilment and tyre-handling solutions, has signed an agreement with Conveyor Networks for the company to represent Cimcorp in the UK ... more

Dawsongroup Plc acquires first plot at Delta Properties’ Central Park extension

Dawsongroup has acquired the first plot at Delta Properties’ extension of Central Park, Bristol located off the Severn Road, Avonmouth. more

 
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