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Covering the whole of the logistics industry and supply chain, Logistics Magazine tackles the big strategic issues facing the industry – decarbonisation, innovation and automation – as well as the compliance issues so critical to the safety of all transport operations.


The new weekly, digital-only Logistics Magazine includes the following content:

  • features on transport issues across all modes – road, rail, sea and air
  • interviews with senior people from the government, academia and industry
  • news on the latest transport legislation and public consultations
  • compliance advice section

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TfL scheme will ease burden on local businesses

FTA strongly welcomes Transport for London’s (TfL) decision to increase its financial support for businesses needing to replace their current vans and HGVs with newer, cleaner models in preparation for the tightening of the Low Emission Zone (LEZ) standards later this year.

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2035 ban on petrol, diesel and hybrid vans unlikely to be achieved, FTA says

FTA has said that the new target to ban petrol, diesel and hybrid vehicles by 2035 is not only extremely ambitious, it is also unlikely to be achieved unless the government takes urgent action.

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Ask the MAC - March 2020

Read the answers to questions received by our Member Advice Centre team

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HS2 has the green light: now it must deliver for logistics

FTA is relieved the government has provided clarity on HS2, but logistics businesses now need a guarantee it will use the high-speed rail line to free up space for rail freight services on existing lines. The business group is also calling on the government to commit to a nationwide programme of upgrades to the rail network; HS2 will not solve capacity issues in other regions.

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Ethical logistics

When it comes to supply chain management, sustainability and profitability are no longer mutually exclusive concepts. While logistics remains a low-margin industry, the bottom line no longer has to be sacrificed to implement financially crippling environmental policies. Instead sustainability can complement a company’s competitiveness.

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Logistics Magazine will cover all the latest news on stories breaking in the industry, including developments on COVID-19,  Brexit, Clean Air Zones, transport law and decarbonisation.



Our frequent features will tackle the broader issues affecting logistics such as the COVID-19 vaccination programme, technology and innovation, the political and economic landscape, global trade and the drive to reduce emissions across all transport modes.



Each month we explore a different topic in depth in our popular Compliance section, while each week we will publish answers put to our Member Advice Centre team.


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