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UKWA launches Real Estate Helpline in partnership with Weightmans LLP

UKWA launches Real Estate Helpline in partnership with Weightmans LLP

The UK Warehousing Association (UKWA) has launched a new Real Estate Helpline for members, in partnership with Associate Member Weightmans LLP. The new service, which extends UKWA’s wide portfolio of business support services for members, provides an initial 30 minutes consultation free-of-charge, encompassing a range of legal issues. Members can …

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UKWA appoints new members to Management Board

UKWA appoints new members to Management Board

The UK Warehousing Association (UKWA) has announced that Neil Bowker, Commercial Director of Bowker Group, one of the longest serving members of the Association, has accepted the role of Vice Chair on the UKWA Management Board. Neil will be supporting Nicola Ridges-Jones, Managing Director of MS Holdings, in her role …

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Hospitality casualties could join warehousing workforce says UKWA

Hospitality casualties could join warehousing workforce says UKWA

As government restrictions in response to the COVID-19 threat close pubs, clubs, hotels and restaurants across the country, UKWA is working with Harri – a next-generation workforce recruitment platform – to help redeploy redundant workers from the hospitality sector into the warehousing and logistics industry, to assist with the shortage …

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UKWA postpones flagship Awards event until the Autumn

UKWA postpones flagship Awards event until the Autumn

In the light of the evolving Coronavirus situation, UKWA has announced that its flagship Annual Lunch & Awards will be postponed until Tuesday 10th November 2020. The event, originally planned for 25th June, will still be held at London’s prestigious The Dorchester and will as planned feature special guest, veteran …

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UKWA members stand ready to provide extra warehousing

UKWA members stand ready to provide extra warehousing

Following the news yesterday that online giant Amazon has decided it cannot stock certain items in its warehouses due to the current COVID-19 crisis, due to what it describes as ‘overwhelming demand’, members of the leading trade organisation UKWA (UK Warehousing Association) have stepped forward to offer temporary or permanent …

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