Tag Archives: Covid-19

Drop the “Pants Ban”!

FTA ASKS BUSINESSES TO CEASE COMMERCIAL DRIVER TOILET BAN

FTA asks businesses to cease commercial driver toilet ban In response to reports from FTA’s members that commercial drivers are being refused entry to businesses’ toilet facilities due to COVID-19 concerns, Sally Gilson, Head of Skills Policy at FTA, comments: “FTA is urging businesses to drop their bans on commercial …

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FLTA Awards and regional meetings postponed

FLTA Awards and regional meetings postponed

The 26th annual FLTA Awards for Excellence, which had been due to take place on Saturday 21st March has officially been postponed in light of the current coronavirus pandemic. At present there isn’t a timetable for when the event will be rescheduled, but the FLTA is monitoring the situation and …

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Renovotec’s co-ordinated response to COVID-19

RENOVOTEC CO-ORDINATED RESPONSE TO COVID-19

Company’s nationwide plan ensures the continuity of its business in the face of coronavirus; protects the health of its employees Renovotec’s four operational hubs are in lockdown while its business continues, nationwide Plan protects Renovotec’s 40+ per month new system contracts and its 3,000+ existing customer support contracts “We support …

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LogiMAT 2020 Canceled

LogiMAT 2020 Canceled

LogiMAT, the 18th International Trade Show for Intralogistics Solutions & Process Management, has been canceled due to an official injunction Despite the problems associated with the coronavirus, LogiMAT event organizer EUROEXPO Messe- und Kongress-GmbH in Munich, together with the Messe Stuttgart convention center and the relevant local authorities, had up …

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Covid-19 continues to affect global supply chain networks

Covid-19 continues to affect global supply chain networks

Richard Wilding OBE, Professor of Supply Chain Strategy at Cranfield University, says: “Major disruption to the global supply chain because of the Covid-19 continues, affecting industries from automotive to toys. The issue continues to escalate – we are even hearing of parts being transported in suitcases – and it is …

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