Liverpool City Region Local Enterprise Partnership (LEP) has received a £46.6m funding boost for its Superport ambitions. The funding is part of a package awarded to Liverpool from the government’s Regional Growth Fund and will be used for transport schemes that directly support its plans to become a northern logistics hub. Liverpool LEP chair Robert Hough said: “We have always stressed the economic potential of the City Region acting as a freight and logistics hub for Superport and are therefore […]
Sefton Council has launched an ECO Stars scheme to reduce the environmental impact of freight vehicles using Liverpool Superport.
Speedy Freight has announced a partnership with the ADAM Foundation, which aims to help educate young people across Liverpool on the dangers of knives and knife crime and bring justice to its victims.
A new freight service has been launched from the Port of Liverpool which opens a direct link between the North West of England and Northern Spain and Portugal.