Wednesday 18th Sep 2019 - Logistics Manager Magazine

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RHA called for unfettered international haulage

The Road Haulage Association has called on the UK and the EU to agree a comprehensive Land Transport Agreement to allow unfettered international road haulage for UK and EU operators.

Happy days…

All the talk about Brexit might be expected to have shaken business confidence but all the evidence so far is that demand for supply chain professionals is actually increasing.

FSDF in Brexit discussions with DfT

The Food Storage & Distribution Federation (FSDF) has met with the Department for Transport to discuss concerns about the temperature-controlled food logistics sector following the triggering of Article 50.

Frictionless border is top priority

A frictionless border between the UK and the EU post-Brexit is the top priority for BIFA and Agency Sector Manager, according to ASM chairman Peter MacSwiney.

Are you ‘multi-local’ yet?

Apparently, the concept of “global” has had it’s day – what we need to talk about now is “multi-local”. At least that is what my marketing guru tells me. The theory is that all customers are local and need to be treated as such.

ASM chairman co-chairs Brexit customs group

Peter McSwiney, chairman of Agency Sector Management (ASM) is to co-chair the Customers Brexit Group – a joint Customs Consultative Committee (JCCC) think-tank focused on Brexit Customs issues.