An independent strategic business review has been launched by the FTA, aiming to get logistics companies back up and running in a post-lockdown world. With the government’s ‘back to work’ plans about to be revealed, the trade association said successful re-starting and scaling-up of operations will rely on a number of dependencies across the supply chain. It said health and safety advice for the workplace is liable to change, but firms need to consider what this ‘new normal’ will look […]
UPN has hailed the “significant progress” it made last year, after turnover grew by almost 4% to £9.9m.
The RHA has welcomed the smooth flow of traffic at Channel ports, following the UK’s exit from the EU on 1 January, but warned that the real test will come later this week as freight volumes return to normal, complicated by the need for truck drivers crossing into France to have tested negative for Covid-19 no more than 72 hours previously.
The London Lorry Control Scheme has been suspended in order to ease the passage of goods into shops and supermarkets.