Thursday 20th Sep 2018 - Logistics Manager Magazine

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Government £2m for cargo bikes

The government is to support the uptake of e-cargo bikes with £2 million of funding to promote the use of electric delivery vehicles over older polluting vans and reduce harmful emissions and congestion.

Hoxton ULEZ starts in two weeks

Hackney Council is creating two ultra-low emission zones in Hoxton and Shoreditch from 3rd September – the first of their kind.

ProShip Automates Trek’s Global Shipping Operations

ProShip, Inc., a Neopost Company, presents specialised shipping solutions for businesses requiring a single, enterprise wide global software application for mid to high volume shipping. The ProShip® Product Suite is an industry leading multi-carrier shipping solution. ProShip supports a range of industries including consumer products, retail, healthcare, e-commerce, manufacturing and distribution and fulfilment.

A tale of two cities

Anyone trying to do logistics in London is all too aware of the problems – massive traffic jams, night time lorry bans, the difficulty in finding somewhere to stop to make a delivery. And then there is the imminent arrival of the Ultra Low Emission Zone…

FORS celebrates 10th anniversary

The Fleet Operator Recognition Scheme, launched by TfL, has reached its tenth year and milestone having started as a new scheme with a small group of member operators to a nationwide scheme that represents the full spectrum of the transport operating industry with 5,000 members.