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Senior Traffic Commissioner Beverley Bell FCILT

CILT conference puts safety at the top of boardroom agenda

More than 100 delegates attended the CILT Transport & Logistics Safety Forum Conference at the Millbrook Proving Ground in Bedford, where the conference theme: Our Vehicles, Our Safety, Our Responsibility: Improving Road Safety for Vulnerable Road Users highlighted the importance of having safety high on the boardroom agenda.

World first for Stena Line as methanol ferry enters service

World first for Stena Line as methanol ferry enters service

The world's first methanol powered ferry, Stena Germanica, is now operating on Stena Line’s Kiel–Gothenburg route following an inauguration ceremony in Kiel and a similar ceremony in Gothenburg. The shipping company is the first to operate a ferry with environmentally friendly methanol as the main fuel.

RTITB appoints Laura Nelson as Managing Director

RTITB appoints Laura Nelson as Managing Director

The UK and Ireland’s largest workplace transport training accrediting body and leading Driver CPC Consortium, RTITB, has announced that Laura Nelson has been promoted to the position of Managing Director.

Etihad Cargo transporting temperature-sensitive medical products

Etihad Cargo unveils new solution for transporting temperature-sensitive medical products

TempCheck, a new cargo solution created to ensure the integrity of all temperature-sensitive pharmaceutical and healthcare products as they are transported around the world, has been launched by Etihad Cargo. The airline offers a combination of bellyhold capacity and dedicated freighter services to 111 global destinations.

Steve Williams inspects the new energy efficient warehouse

Port of Immingham’s energy efficient warehouse supports two of ABP’s strategic pillars

Associated British Ports’ (ABP) Port of Immingham now has a new purpose-built warehouse, which incorporates a range of environmental features, in order to provide increased storage space for the wide range of customers that use the port for bulk cargoes.