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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.

As a result, increasing importance is being placed on supply chain resilience and how industry can best prepare for the unexpected.   

While there are many definitions for supply chain resilience, the World Economic Forum explains it as ‘the ability of a global supply chain to reorganise and deliver its core function continually, despite the impact of external and/or internal shocks to the system’. While it is difficult to predict future events that will cause disruptions to the supply chain, businesses are becoming increasingly encouraged to look into their operational risks and assess how their business is exposed, in order to build resilience.  

Logistics UK is therefore pleased to announce WTW, a multinational risk management, insurance brokerage and advisory company, as a new Van Gold Partner. Previously known as Willis Towers Watson, it provides data-driven, insight-led solutions in the areas of people risk and capital to make organisations more resilient, motivate workforces and maximise performance. 

The third largest insurance broker in the world, WTW offers a wealth of knowledge vital to businesses and fleet operators; Logistics UK is delighted to have its team on board. Other Van Gold Partners include the AA, Bott Ltd, Brigade Electronics, Lex Autolease, Quartix and TVL. For more information, please visit the link below.  

*www.logistics.org.uk/road/van-1/gold-partners/gold-partners

Published On: 28/04/2022 16:00:33

 

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