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AEO status a "must-have" to ensure frictionless borders, says CILT

The Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transport is encouraging all companies involved in the supply chain to become an Authorised Economic Operator (AEO) to ensure the United Kingdom operates frictionless borders post-Brexit.

The imbalance between insurance and IoT

The imbalance between insurance and IoT

Could a little known messaging protocol revolutionise the monitoring of goods in the supply chain?

Working together to drive efficiency

Working together to drive efficiency

The headline news for 2017 might be positive; but there are always winners and losers in any economy and right now it is transport operators that are under pressure. Pól Sweeney, Vice President Sales, Descartes, outlines the collaborative models that must underpin transport efficiency.

Are you ready for the Apprenticeship Levy?

In April the government is to introduce a new ‘payroll tax’ in the form of an Apprenticeship Levy. Those businesses with an annual payroll bill in excess of £3 million will see their payroll costs increase next year by 0.5 per cent – a substantial extra cost burden for any company affected, across the public, private and not-for-profit sectors.

UKWA CEO, Peter Ward

Sports Direct coverage must not be bad news for logistics industry, says UKWA CEO Peter Ward

The media storm surrounding Sports Direct’s treatment of staff at its warehouse should not deter anyone from considering a career in the logistics industry, says UKWA CEO, Peter Ward