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Renewable fuels could drastically slash emissions from truck operations by 2030, says report

The widespread adoption of high blend renewable fuels (HBRF) could rapidly accelerate decarbonisation in road transport, according to a new study by Zemo Partnership (formerly LowCVP).

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Retreading – saving costs and reducing impact

Tony Stapleton, Head of Group Fleet Sales, Continental Tyres

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What is IR35 and does it affect you?

Ryan Barnett, Economics and Research Manager, Logistics UK

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Month in the media – March 2021   

After a busy start to the New Year, the Logistics UK media team has kept the business group in the headlines in the past month, securing 392 pieces of editorial coverage between 22 February 2021 – 22 March 2021.

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“The freedom of the air” rights

The UK aviation industry is regulated at national, bilateral and international levels.

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Webinar offers an intriguing glimpse into the future

A new webinar series is set to give fleet decision-makers a glimpse into the future of transport and logistics.

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Opinion: unpacking the spring Budget

Elizabeth de Jong, Director of Policy, Logistics UK

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In profile: Mims Davies MP, Employment Minister, Department for Work and Pensions

Employment Minister Mims Davies is no stranger to the world of transport, having previously worked in road safety before entering parliament in 2015.

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The growth of digital twins in the rail industry

A digital revolution is currently sweeping across the rail industry. Digital twins are software representations of a physical asset, system or process and they are being used across the industry to improve the design, functioning or planning of a vast array of operations.

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Board of Trade report claims to reveal UK’s true exporting potential

In the same week that the Office for National Statistics revealed that UK exports to the EU were down by 40% in January 2021, the government released new research that estimates that nearly 6.5 million jobs in the UK are supported by exports.

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Logistics UK submits key asks to Scottish Parliament ahead of elections

Logistics UK has produced a nine-page manifesto which it will send to Members of the Scottish Parliament (MSPs) ahead of the Scottish parliamentary elections on 6 May.

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Freeports present golden opportunity for rail freight

In last week’s Budget, the Chancellor announced plans to build eight Freeports across England, which is welcome news to many working in the logistics industry.

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Policy Campaign Spotlight – March 2021

Keep abreast of Logistics UK's campaigns work

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Van Excellence Partner delivers game-changing invention

Logistics UK Van Excellence Gold Partner the AA, has launched an innovative solution to allow its vans to tow more cars, freeing up its large recovery trucks to handle more complex breakdowns involving heavier, or more damaged vehicles.

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Business briefing from Logistics UK steers members through the 2021 Budget

Logistics UK members gained valuable insights into emerging trends in the economy and government policy on Monday (8 March 2021), during a special Business Briefing.

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Demand for logistics roles high despite the pandemic

While the unemployment rate across the UK rose to a five-year high of 5.1% in December 2020, according to Office for National Statistics (ONS) figures, the economic pain has not been spread evenly across all sectors of the economy.

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Passenger numbers fall, demand for rail freight rises

What a difference a year makes. Unsurprisingly, given the government’s ‘stay at home’ guidance, the number of passengers on the rail network has declined significantly since March 2020.

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Put yourself back on the road to efficiency and savings

If the COVID-19 crisis proves anything, it is that road hauliers are built of strong stuff.

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In profile: Kate Willard OBE, Estuary Envoy, Thames Estuary

The Thames Estuary, where the North Sea meets the River Thames is a major international shipping route, bordered by South Essex and North Kent at its eastern boundary, and includes East London and the financial centres of the Docklands and the City of London at its western edge.

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Tipping point? FUSO electric truck passes 200-vehicle milestone

Three years ago, Freight & Logistics (the predecessor publication to Logistics Magazine), reported that three Logistics UK members – DPD, Wincanton and Hovis – had taken delivery of the FUSO eCanter, the world’s first mass-produced electric truck.

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