Following a turbulent 12 months for the nation, the 2021 Spring Budget was vital in laying out the path to Britain’s economic recovery. In the view of Logistics UK and its members, there were many positive aspects of the Budget. But Chancellor Rishi Sunak could have gone further to invest in training programmes to help fill the growing number of vacancies in the industry, and, at the same time, help to reduce the national rate of unemployment following the pandemic. […]
A report for business owners providing vital insight into trends in mergers and acquisitions (M&A) in logistics over the next 12 months has been produced by Logistics UK.
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.
An online sales tax to level the playing field between high street and online purchases would be passed straight on to customers, ParcelHero has warned.