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With Boris Johnson being announced as the UK’s next prime minister today, promising to take the UK out of the EU on 31 October, the logistics industry has once again turned it focus on Brexit.
Funding worth £350 million recently announced by the Department for Transport to improve local roads does not go far enough to tackle the problem, says the Freight Transport Association (FTA).
Germany, France and the Benelux states are among European countries with strong export economies feeling the knock-on effects of global slowdown and the continued uncertainty surrounding Brexit, new data suggests.
Television presenter Naga Munchetty will announce the winners of this year’s Logistics Awards at a gala evening taking place on Thursday 26 September during IMHX 2019.
Maritime implements two new dedicated rail services from DP World London Gateway to its rail terminals in Trafford Park and Wakefield,