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UKWA present Transaid with a ‘big’ cheque

UKWA present Transaid with a big cheque

UKWA – the UK Warehousing Association – has achieved its target of raising £75,000 for the logistics industry’s charity Transaid in 2019 and Peter Ward, the Association’s CEO, presented a ‘big’ cheque to the charity’s Patron, Her Royal Highness The Princess Royal, at the annual Transaid Showcase, which was held …

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Space-Age FTA Future Logistics 2020 keynote speaker announced

SPACE-AGE FTA FUTURE LOGISTICS 2020 KEYNOTE SPEAKER ANNOUNCED

“To confine our attention to terrestrial matters would be to limit the human spirit.” Stephen Hawking 21st century logistics businesses face the challenge of delivering in an ever-changing world, with the new technologies, modes of transport, a shifting workforce and other forces re-shaping the conventions which have dictated the shape …

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Cartwright Group welcomes new intake of apprentices

CARTWRIGHT GROUP WELCOMES NEW INTAKE OF APPRENTICES

Commercial vehicle body and trailer manufacturer, the Cartwright Group, has taken on 17 new recruits as part of its multi-award-winning apprenticeship programme which is now entering its eighth year. The apprentices, aged 16 to 19, will experience every aspect of the production line within the South Manchester-based company during the …

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Volvo Approved Used Machines ‘just as reliable as new’

Volvo Approved Used machines just as reliable as new

Anders Sjöström, used equipment manager for Volvo CE Sales Region EMEA, explains how choosing Volvo Approved Used machines are as beneficial for a fleet as brand new machines. Why might someone consider buying a premium used machine instead of a new value machine? It’s circumstantial for our customers. For example, …

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Ports leading the way in innovation

Port of Tyne leading the way in innovation

Since establishing the UK’s first 2050 Maritime Innovation Hub in July the Port of Tyne is leading the way in inspiring innovation and acceleration through collaboration, bringing organisations together across the spectrum of maritime logistics, technology and academia. Following a number of dynamic innovation sprints, a collaboration of over 40 …

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