Thursday 23rd Jan 2020 - Logistics Manager Magazine

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Stop procrastinating over air capacity, says BIFA

Ahead of the results of the general election, the British International Freight Association (BIFA) has said that the future UK government needs to stop procrastinating over the expansion of aviation capacity.

Raining money

The recession taught some major corporations that, if they wanted to secure their supply chains, they needed to ensure that suppliers could finance their operations. Sam Tulip looks at the challenges of modern supply chain finance…

Procurement under pressure

Procurement has faced a number of heavy pressures over the past few years. Alexandra Leonards explores how the profession is responding to these new challenges, and the future for the sector.

First degrees of separation

The UK government is starting to plan the country’s exit from the European Union. Malory Davies looks at the implications for supply chain professionals across the continent.

One-stop shop

When it comes to acquiring a commercial vehicle or forklift truck, customers are looking for flexibility, and a one-stop shop, says Alex Leonards.

Price of popularity

The West Midlands has the most diverse range of occupiers of any region in the UK, but what does this mean for the logistics industry? Liza Helps investigates.

Brexit border controls could cost £5bn

Brexit could cost the UK an additional £5 billion a year should frontier declarations be required for shipments to and from Europe, UKWA chief Peter Ward has warned.

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.