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University partnership helps Port of Dover cut queues and boost efficiency

University partnership helps Port of Dover cut queues and boost efficiency

A Knowledge Transfer Partnership between the University of Kent and the Dover Harbour Board has helped reduce traffic congestion, boost efficiency and cut costs at the Port of Dover.

Transaid launches biggest ever cycle challenge

Charity invites transport and logistics sector to take part in 972-mile Land’s End to John o’ Groats cycle race

Multimodal masterplan unveiled for Thames Enterprise Park

Multimodal masterplan unveiled for Thames Enterprise Park

Ambitious plans for a huge 415-acre logistics ‘superhub’ on the site of the former Coryton oil refinery on the River Thames in Essex have been revealed.

National Infrastructure Commission seeks evidence for new freight study

National Infrastructure Commission seeks evidence for new freight study

Evidence sought to help shape a new study into improving the infrastructure supporting the UK’s freight networks

Dunkirk spirit helps port break 50 million tonne barrier

Dunkirk spirit helps port break 50 million tonne barrier

Traffic at the Port of Dunkirk, France’s largest port complex, rose to 50.4 million tonnes in 2017, new data has revealed