Following the recent launch of its Discover Logistics Careers campaign, Logistics UK is delighted to announce a partnership with the Sun on Sunday newspaper, to begin on 1 October 2021.
It was a full house and a packed agenda at the British Motor Museum on Tuesday (7 September 2021) for the Fleet Engineer conference – the first Logistics UK event to be held in person since the COVID-19 pandemic swept the UK in spring 2020.
Thirteen of the UK’s finest van operators were celebrating recently after being named as finalists in Logistics UK’s prestigious Van Awards 2021.
Only a few tables remain for the Logistics UK Northern Ireland Logistics Lunch which takes place on 1 October 2021 at The Merchant Hotel in Belfast.
Affordable leasing and short-term hire options are essential for logistics businesses to acquire the vital plant and machinery they need for their operations, according to Logistics UK.
With less than one week until Logistics UK’s Fleet Engineer – the essential one-day conference for anyone responsible for maintaining commercial vehicles – the business group is urging fleet engineers to book their places now to ensure they are up to date with the latest developments in technology and enforcement.
With its launch of a new nationwide initiative for its members, Logistics UK is taking action to highlight careers available across the sector, including both job vacancies and training schemes.
As part of its campaigning work on vans, Logistics UK holds regular Van Policy Working Groups, where interested parties can discuss issues relating to the management of van fleets.
Government must prioritise the granting of 10,000 temporary work visas to encourage EU drivers to return to support the UK’s supply chain, Logistics UK has said.
Logistics UK has advised its members to prepare for significant delays and disruption ahead of the international COP26 conference.
As the ongoing shortage of HGV drivers continues to affect the logistics and retail sectors, two of the UK’s biggest business groups, Logistics UK and British Retail Consortium (BRC) wrote to the Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS) on Sunday (22 August 2021) to outline key three steps the government can take to overcome the problem and protect the supply chain.
To give as many operators as possible access to the crucial information they need to ensure their vans are operated in a safe, efficient and compliant manner, Logistics UK announced last week that its Van Operational Briefings 2021 will now be free to attend.
Government launched a review of the Traffic Commissioner function last week (11 August 2021), encouraging business groups like Logistics UK, along with local authorities and passenger groups to have their say.
Attendees at Logistics UK’s Logistics Awards 2021 will be entertained by one of Britain’s brightest comedy talents, with news that stand-up comedian, podcaster and radio presenter Ed Gamble has been signed to provide the laughs and present the awards at this year’s event.
The HGV driver crisis, which has rumbled on throughout the summer, shows no sign of abating.
Celebrated English cricketer Matthew Hoggard MBE has been confirmed as the guest speaker for the Van Awards 2021 event on 24 September 2021.
With the industry facing a serious shortage of skilled workers, Logistics UK has launched a comprehensive, free guide for employers from across the sector on “Funding and support for accessing logistics skills.”
Logistics UK has said that the timing of the Driver and Vehicle Standards Agency (DVSA) consultation on increasing the fees it charges is inconsiderate, given the impacts that the agency’s actions have had on the industry and the public over the past 18 months.
The Government’s announcement late last week (6 August 2021) that it would be extending the temporary relaxation of drivers’ hours until October 2021 is only of limited value and will not address the deep-rooted causes of the driver shortage crisis, Logistics UK has said.
The promised Delivery Plan for transitioning to zero emission cars and vans was published by the Department for Transport on 14 July 2021 setting out investment and policy initiatives for meeting the 2030 and 2035 phase out dates affecting vans and included significant milestones and ways progress will be monitored.
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