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Government “penalising” logistics businesses in response to Greater Manchester C

Government “penalising” logistics businesses in response to Greater Manchester CAZ plans

Government “penalising” logistics businesses in response to Greater Manchester CAZ plans Government plans to Include non-compliant vans two years earlier than proposed in Greater Manchester’s Clean Air Zone plans will unfairly penalise logistics businesses, the Freight Transport Association has warned.

Onwards and upwards at Heathrow

Onwards and upwards at Heathrow

Nick Platts, Head of Cargo at Heathrow, speaks exclusively to Freight Industry Times about the importance of the third runway, building closer ties with freight forwarders and shippers, and tackling the air cargo industry’s biggest challenge – its inability to seriously deliver on e-freight.

Harbour masters select first female VP

Harbour masters select first female VP

Forth Ports' Ashley Nicholson has been appointed Vice President of the UK Harbour Masters Association, the first female harbour master to hold the title and the youngest certificated harbour master in the UK to hold the VP role with the UKMHA.

FedEx Express increases capacity on London-Paris-Dublin route

FedEx Express increases capacity on London-Paris-Dublin route

The new aircraft will offer greater opportunity to UK SMEs exporting to Europe

3PLs still lack innovation; new research

3PLs still lack innovation; new research

Third-party logistics companies are lacking in proactivity and continuous improvement, new research from supply chain and logistics consultants SCALA suggests.