Logistics UK is partnering with City & Guilds to offer the transport nanager CPC qualification. The move follows the withdrawal of awarding body OCR from the transport manager CPC market in March this year and ensures another avenue for operators and their transport managers to access training, which is on offer in the form of classroom-based, online or blended learning. Chris Lipscomb, Logistics UK’s operations director, said: “We are proud to be working with City & Guilds to expand our […]
The Large Goods Vehicle Driver apprenticeship could soon include category C+E after hundreds of hauliers backed the suggestion in an official survey aimed at gauging industry support for its inclusion.
A line-up of 23 speakers from across the logistics industry will take to the stage at Logistics UK’s Future Logistics Conference this summer.
Logistics UK has urged the government to carefully consider the locations of 29 temporary lorry parks it has proposed to build to ease pressure on hauliers after Brexit.