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Britain’s biggest road project set to open in the spring

Britain’s biggest road improvement project set for spring opening

£1.5 billion scheme to improve the A14 will now open in the spring - it was originally planned to open at the end of 2020.

Weakest year for air cargo since the financial crisis

Demand in global air cargo markets declined by 3.3% in 2019, the worst for global air freight markets since the financial crisis, IATA data has confirmed.

Government’s 2035 van ban “unlikely to happen”, says FTA

Government’s 2035 van ban “unlikely to happen”, says FTA

It is very unlikely that all new vans bought after 2035 will all be electrically powered unless the Government takes urgent action to solve the challenges around power supply and the availability of electric vehicles, the Freight Transport Association has said.

Driverless lorries set to dominate UK ferry traffic

Driverless lorries set to dominate UK ferry traffic

Autonomous HGVs could replace much of the UK’s conventional lorry and container transport within a generation and transform the way the roll-on-roll-off market works in the UK, a new report suggests.

Vital logistics workers should be excluded from restrictive immigration policy,

Vital logistics workers should be excluded from restrictive immigration policy, says FTA

The Government’s proposal to bring forward restrictions on EU migrants deemed to be ‘low-skilled’ will worsen the severe labour shortage in the logistics sector, according to the Freight Transport Association.