Employment minister Mims Davies heaped praise on the warehousing sector last week during a visit to International Logistics Group and called on people to join what she described as a “brilliant sector.” The visit to ILG’s East Grinstead site, which coincided with the Department of Work & Pensions’ announcement of the latest jobs figures, was initiated by the UK Warehousing Association (UKWA) chief executive Clare Bottle. Read more Omicron surge poses yet another challenge to “exhausted” warehouse workers, warns UKWA […]
The Port of Hull is set to expand its logistics facilities after Associated British Ports (ABP) was granted outline planning consent by East Riding of Yorkshire Council to develop more than 4.25 million sq ft of industrial, manufacturing and logistics space.
Members of the United Kingdom Warehousing Association (UKWA) will be among those showcasing their products and services at this year’s Multimodal.
Claims by the GMB union that an Asos warehouse had become “a cradle of disease” after warehouse workers contracted Covid-19 have been firmly rebutted by the retailer, as well as by its recognised trade union.