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Access policy reports, exclusive industry insight reports, podcasts and news digests which will help you plan your businesses' long-term strategy and provide you with a unique perspective on issues facing the industry.

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Insight and information

At Logistics UK we understand the pressures senior people in the industry are under, and there has never been such a pressing need for businesses to access the most up-to-date information on the mega trends affecting the industry.

Our broad range of policy and insight reports can help you understand the wider context of your business is operating within by providing quality data and commentary, expertly presented.

The cornerstone of our Executive Membership service, our specially commissioned Insight Reports provide you with a unique perspective on the more pressing issues affecting the sector, including skills and decarbonisation. These combine real-world best practice case studies with incisive commentary and analysis using the most up-to-date data, examining both the potential opportunities and pitfalls.

As well as keeping you up to date on key topics, our reports are designed to help inform your investment decisions on everything from procuring electric vehicles to optimising your supply chain.

In 2023, we published Insight Reports on two of the biggest issues facing the logistics sector – skills and decarbonisation. Future Insight Reports will cover the topics of greatest interest to our Executive Members.

News and information

Stay up to date with news on key trends and keep abreast of potential opportunities and challenges for your business with our monthly news digest, Executive Insight magazine.

Plus, our Leading on Logistics podcast, hosted by presenter and former BBC producer Mike Young, covers the significant issues affecting logistics, from skills and decarbonisation to digitalisation and economic productivity.


The need to decarbonise – and to do so at pace – is arguably the most profound challenge facing the logistics sector. There is a growing sense of urgency in the industry as deadlines for phasing out the sale of new fossil fuel commercial vehicles edge ever closer.


The logistics sector is investing in recruitment and skills to respond to the rapidly changing needs of businesses, the ageing population and reduced migration from the EU – which are trends affecting all communities and parts of the economy. These reports explore current and future challenges in filling the breadth of high-quality roles across logistics.

Productivity and finance


The logistics sector is standing at a crucial point in its development. The role of technology and innovation - autonomous vehicles, decarbonisation, AI and blockchain - will play an increasingly important role in its evolution.


Brexit has changed the way the UK trades with the EU and other countries around the globe. Logistics UK is campaigning for state-of-the-art trade facilitation measures that allow its trader members, and the logistics companies that support them, to keep trading seamlessly with the EU while also forging new global partnerships.


To find out more about our Executive Membership programme and the unique content it offers the leaders of logistics, please complete the form below.