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Plane sense – new government group to focus on decarbonising aviation

With its reliance on carbon-emitting kerosene jet fuel, aviation has long been regarded as one of the hardest parts of the transport sector to decarbonise and arguably represents one of the biggest challenges for the global economy.

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Month in the media – April 2022

Operation Brock and cross-Channel delays – particularly during the busy Easter period – roadside facilities, the skills shortage, decarbonisation and the Ukraine crisis have all featured prominently in the headlines over the past month, and Logistics UK’s media team has been working hard to ensure the views of members are heard on these issues and others.

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WTW confirmed as Logistics UK Van Gold Partner

The logistics industry has faced much disruption in recent years, with events such as Brexit, COVID-19, the HGV driver shortage and the war in Ukraine impacting all modes of freight transport.

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Brigade Electronics discusses the future of commercial vehicle safety systems

Connectivity, artificial intelligence and telematics are all set to be big for vehicle technology and safety in the future. Peter Squire, Managing Director of Brigade Electronics UK, shares his thoughts.

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Driving change – logistics conference offers a glimpse of the industry’s future

With just three weeks to go until Logistics UK’s Future Logistics Conference, more and more industry professionals are registering to attend the free event.

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Spotlight on a policy manager: when Leheny met Biden

Seamus Leheny, Policy Manager – Northern Ireland

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Logistics UK welcomes government’s Energy Security Strategy

Logistics UK has welcomed the British Energy Security Strategy, published earlier this month (6 April 2022) by the Department for Business, Energy & Industrial Strategy (BEIS).

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Levelling up rail freight

Rail can form an important part of a logistics journey – it is reliable and has lower emissions for longer distances.

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Policy Campaign Spotlight – April 2022

Highlights of campaigns currently being run by Logistics UK's policy team.

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Van Driver of the Year competition moves to ITT Hub

Logistics UK’s popular Van Driver of the Year contest will now take place during the first day of the free-to-attend ITT Hub event at the Farnborough International Exhibition and Conference Centre on 11 May 2022.

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Easing the fuel cost burden

With road haulage profit margins rarely topping three per cent, fuel costs remain a significant area of concern for operators.

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Logistics UK’s popular Fleet Engineer conference returns

With revolutionary developments such as autonomous vehicles and fuel cell technology looming on the near horizon, vehicle technology is evolving at a rate of knots and fleet engineers must ensure they keep pace with the industry.

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Bringing the future of transport to life – ITT Hub 2022

Following its successful launch year, the second instalment of Innovation and Technology in Transport Hub (ITT Hub) will bring the future of transport innovation to life across two days of knowledge sharing, networking and product launches.

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Policy wins – April 2022

Wins recently achieved by the Logistics UK policy team.

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Driver shortage stabilises but more needs to be done

The shortage of HGV drivers topped the news agenda in 2021.

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Managing your fuel bill

Fuel is the single biggest cost for most road transport operators.

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Spearheading the future of transport

In just five short weeks, ITT Hub will be returning to Farnborough International Exhibition and Conference Centre, following its successful debut last year as the largest show of its kind in a generation.

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The route to net zero for temperature-controlled vehicles

Modern cold chain distribution systems rely on the use of temperature-controlled transport (TCT) to move food, vaccines, medicines and other perishable goods safely, efficiently and legally.

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Resilience requires innovation: The supply chain industry's uphill fight

Richard Tucker, Business Development Director, Quincus

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Month in the media – March 2022

Cost of fuel and skills shortage top the March news agenda

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