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Women who excel in the sector, whatever their role, only have until 9th February to enter the eighth FTA everywoman in Transport & Logistics Awards programme.
The Freight Transport Association (FTA) has entered into a partnership arrangement with City & Guilds in order to ‘fill the void’ of skills development in the logistics sector.
The Port of Sunderland realised a 20% increase in the volume of cargo handled in 2014, following continued investment in improved infrastructure and equipment which enabled it to take on more significant projects. In 2014 cargo throughput reached 710,000 tonnes, an increase from the 590,000 tonnes managed in the previous 12 months.
The Metropolitan Police Service (MPS) Cycle Safety Team has welcomed its new Mercedes-Benz truck, supplied by Sparshatts of Kent, which will be used for the cycle safety programme – Exchanging Places.
Every year, up to 800 UK workers are injured – or worse – in accidents involving forklift trucks. In recent years, the Health & Safety Executive (HSE) has highlighted management’s responsibilities – accompanied by a rise in the numbers of managers, supervisors and directors prosecuted for neglect.