Monday 20th Jan 2020 - Logistics Manager Magazine

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AEO certification for Tigers

Tigers Global Logistics has been certified as an Authorised Economic Operator in the UK, and has also opened a new office in Leeds.

2pc rise in industrial property market

A total of 16.5million sq ft of logistic and industrial units above 50,000 sq ft was acquired for occupation in the first half of 2017, two per cent up on last year, according to the research from Knight Frank.

Get moving on Brexit, says FTA

The Freight Transport Association has called for rapid progress in the Brexit negotiations to compensate for delays caused by the UK general election.

Customs declaration service not fit, says FTA

The FTA has said that the customs declaration service (CDS) is not fit for Brexit purposes. This comes after the National Audit Office’s report was published on the progress of the CDS.

FTA demands clarification on EU workers’ rights

The Freight Transport Association has warned that that the logistics industry “could grind to a halt” without EU workers, and it is demanding urgent clarification on the timing of introduction of new workers’ rights for EU nationals working in the UK.

AEO status needed for frictionless borders, says CILT

The Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transport has said that companies involved in the supply chain should become Authorised Economic Operators (AEO) to ensure the UK operates frictionless borders after Brexit.

Time to press industry’s case on Brexit

Neutral observers must be thinking that British prime ministers have some kind of death wish. First we had David Cameron calling a referendum that he never needed to, losing, and then having to resign.

Brexit fears follow election shambles

The logistics and transport industry has responded to the shock UK general election outcome which has resulted in the Conservative party forming a minority government with the Democratic Unionists.