With lockdown measures easing and face-to-face meetings back on the agenda, Logistics UK is once again promoting its classroom-based compliance training courses. It said the courses were being scheduled in line with government Covid guidelines and that spaces on popular courses such as Driver CPC and transport manager CPC were likely to fill up fast. David Jordan, deputy operations director at Logistics UK, said: “Training remains of critical importance so that operators can continue to run their fleets safely, as […]
Ongoing capacity problems at some of the UK’s largest ports has occurred because of the three ‘Cs’ – Covid-19, Christmas and Customs, according to Logistics UK, which warned that delays could persist for months.
Online retail sales were up 53% year-on-year in September, according to latest ONS figures, providing more evidence that we’re heading towards a ‘digital Christmas’.
The haulage industry fared better than most UK sectors during the second quarter of the year, with a slowdown much less pronounced than elsewhere, according to official figures.