Tuesday 26th May 2020 - Logistics Manager Magazine

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FTA demands furlough flexibility for economic recovery

The FTA has said that were the government to include part-time working as part of the current furlough scheme from the end of May, rather than waiting until August, it would ensure the future security of businesses across logistics in the UK.

Air cargo capacity crunch threat to e-commerce

The International Air Transport Association (IATA) and the Universal Postal Union (UPU) have warned that current air capacity for postal services is insufficient and could curb e-commerce growth.

UPS Q1 dragged down by Covid-19 restrictions

The impact of Covid-19 dragged profit levels down 15.1% at UPS in the first quarter of the year, to $965 million (£772.8 million), with its international business seeing an increase in operating profit despite a 1.8% decline in volumes.