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Anna Kozlowska, Myway Enterprises

Logistics is a great career for women

Logistics: a male dominated, old-fashioned industry based around pain-in-the-backside, slowing-us-down-on-the-way-to-work, dirty trucks. That's probably the idea of the logistics and parcels delivery industry held by most people in the UK. In terms of a career many woman would think ‘absolute nightmare’; but not me.

Multimodal and FTA announce new awards and seminar partnership for 2016 and beyond

The Freight Transport Association (FTA) and Multimodal are teaming up to launch new awards categories and more seminars at next year’s show – Multimodal 2016 takes place on 10th-12th May at the NEC Birmingham.

Government must act quickly on Heathrow recommendation, says FTA

Following the long-awaited independent final report from the Davies Commission which recommends the building of a third runway at Heathrow, the Freight Transport Association (FTA) is urging the Government to make a quick decision on airport expansion in the south east.

Lorries start to move on M20 as Calais ferry services resume

Following the limitation of the industrial action by French ferry workers , which came into effect at the Port of Calais on Monday, lorries held on the M20 are starting to move. However, there are still concerns that the dispute could escalate again causing further chaos.

Annual study again puts APM Terminals at top of global rankings

APM Terminals Yokohama has retained its global productivity top spot with 186 crane moves per hour (MPH) with a vessel alongside, while, in total, 12 port facilities in the Global Terminal Network are named to global productivity leadership rankings, including top performing container terminals in Europe and North America in 2014.