Posts Tagged ‘Logistics UK’

  • Logistics businesses need to test new border operating model

    on Apr 6, 23 • in UK, UK News • with Comments Off on Logistics businesses need to test new border operating model

    Logistics UK, has given a tacit approval to the government’s new Border Target Operating Model, but warned that the “devil will be in the detail.”

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  • Logistics UK discusses solutions for Northern Ireland Protocol with Prime Minister

    on Feb 23, 23 • in UK, UK News • with Comments Off on Logistics UK discusses solutions for Northern Ireland Protocol with Prime Minister

    Logistics UK’s Head of Trade and Devolved Policy, Nichola Mallon, joined other business leaders in Northern Ireland (NI) at a meeting on Wednesday, with Prime Minister Rishi Sunak MP, to discuss the NI Protocol and how it can work better for logistics businesses.  

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  • Logistics UK meets with senior ministers to discuss NI protocol  

    on Jan 16, 23 • in UK, UK News • with Comments Off on Logistics UK meets with senior ministers to discuss NI protocol  

    Logistics UK – as part of the Northern Ireland Business Brexit Working Group (NIBBWG) – has cmet the Foreign Secretary, The Rt Hon James Cleverly MP, to discuss the ongoing and future impacts of the Northern Ireland Protocol on NI trade, and to discuss solutions that will provide its members with much-needed trading certainty moving forward

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  • Planned fuel duty increase will stifle economy says Logistics UK

    on Nov 17, 22 • in UK, UK News • with Comments Off on Planned fuel duty increase will stifle economy says Logistics UK

    A proposed 23% increase in fuel duty, which equates an additional 12p per litre of petrol or diesel at the pumps, hidden in the content of today’s Office of Budgetary Responsibility (OBR) Report on Fiscal Responsibility, would be a body blow to the logistics industry if introduced, according to the business group which represents the sector. 

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  • Logistics UK welcomes driver licensing review

    on Aug 8, 22 • in Latest News • with Comments Off on Logistics UK welcomes driver licensing review

    Logistics UK has welcomed the government’s announcement of a call for evidence on opportunities for changes to the driver licensing regime

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  • Logistics UK gives Future of Freight plan the thumbs up

    on Jun 15, 22 • in UK, UK News • with Comments Off on Logistics UK gives Future of Freight plan the thumbs up

    Logistics UK has given the government’s Future of Freight plan the thumbs up, describing it as a positive step forward for the freight industry

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  • Logistics UK calls for urgent review of Operation Brock

    on Apr 12, 22 • in UK, UK News • with Comments Off on Logistics UK calls for urgent review of Operation Brock

    Operation Brock – a Kent traffic management system intended to keep vehicles moving when there is disruption to travel across the English Channel – is leaving hundreds of HGV drivers stuck without access to basic hygiene facilities, food and water, according to Logistics UK, one of the UK’s biggest business groups

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  • Apprenticeships are essential says Logistics UK

    on Feb 7, 22 • in UK, UK News • with Comments Off on Apprenticeships are essential says Logistics UK

    At the start of National Apprenticeship Week 2022, Logistics UK – one of the UK’s biggest business groups – is urging its members to take advantage of the apprenticeship schemes available to develop the next generation of talent the industry needs to keep the UK’s supply chains operating effectively

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  • Logistics UK hosts summit addressing economic importance of the short straits

    on Nov 24, 21 • in UK, UK News • with Comments Off on Logistics UK hosts summit addressing economic importance of the short straits

    The UK short straits, the trading routes across the narrowest parts of the English Channel, are a vital asset in Britain’s supply chain but unaddressed issues with border controls and transport infrastructure may impact their resilience and sustainability, according to Logistics UK, the business group representing the industry

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  • Logistics UK hosts summit addressing economic importance of the short straits

    on Nov 24, 21 • in UK, UK News • with Comments Off on Logistics UK hosts summit addressing economic importance of the short straits

    The UK short straits, the trading routes across the narrowest parts of the English Channel, are a vital asset in Britain’s supply chain but unaddressed issues with border controls and transport infrastructure may impact their resilience and sustainability, according to Logistics UK, the business group representing the industry

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