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Our features section tackles the broader issues affecting logistics, such as the political and economic landscape, COVID-19, Brexit, automation and global trade.

Hydrogen bus fleet in Aberdeen clocks up its first 100,000 miles

Owing to its proximity to the oil fields of the North Sea, Aberdeen has long been dubbed the ‘oil capital of Europe’, but it now looks set to earn itself a new moniker – as the ‘hydrogen hub of Scotland’.

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One in three logistics leaders are more likely to undertake merger and acquisition activity than a year ago, survey shows

Close to a third (30%) of logistics leaders said they were more likely to undertake merger and acquisition (M&A) activity in the first quarter of 2021 than they were 12 months ago, according to the results of a joint interim survey by Logistics UK and CBW, a top 50 City firm of accountants.

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The future of logistics is modular for the ‘new normal’

Site safety has never been more important. But how prepared are you for the workplace hazards you can't see?

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Future Logistics Conference promises a glimpse of how the industry will deliver tomorrow

There are now just two months to go before the inaugural Innovation & Technology in Transport Hub opens on 30 June at the Farnborough International Exhibition and Conference Centre.

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Training to drive fleet efficiencies

Gwyn Fennell, Technical Service and Training Manager, Continental Tyres:

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Embracing innovation

Elizabeth de Jong, Director of Policy, Logistics UK

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Reports of drivers still being prevented access to hygiene facilities

When the government included logistics workers in its key worker list on 20 March 2020, it was hailed as great news for Logistics UK and its members.

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The return of retail requires the safe restarting of operations, warns Logistics UK

As early-morning queues began to snake outside of shops, salons and pubs last week (12 April 2021), it was clear that the British high street is still alive and kicking.

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Coastlink Live: Short Sea Shipping: Adapting the supply chain post-Brexit

The Coastlink Conference, supported by Logistics UK, introduces the first session of Coastlink Live – a virtual free-to-attend online conference, taking place on 22 April 2021 between 10:00 – 11:00 BST.

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Skills shortage puts rail industry plans at risk

According to industry estimates, up to 120,000 additional people will be required in the rail sector over the next five to ten years, simply to keep the railways running and deliver new projects.

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