Wednesday 18th Sep 2019 - Logistics Manager Magazine

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A little ray of sunshine

Traditionally the region is hardly likely to compete with the Midlands but there is still plenty to write home about. Liza Helps reports.

FTA launches green website

The FTA has launched a web site to promote its efforts towards environmental issues including carbon footprint and sustainability.

7,500 Drivers in DfT study

More than 7,500 distribution vehicles from 130 operators took part in a survey into the transport of food and drink last month.

Backing the Bronze Age

ProLogis is to go ahead with the development of a speculative warehouse scheme in Kent, which it acquired as part of portfolio of properties when it took over Astral's parent company Parkridge, earlier this year.

Peripheral Vision

Despite its position on the periphery of Europe the UK is one of the largest logistics markets in Europe with some 150 million sq m of warehouse stock. Thanks to confidence by developers in the speculative building market, coupled with an appetite by reta

Upwardly mobile

Lorry and van drivers are using mobile devices more and more to help them do their jobs better, however recent changes in the law are affecting the way they can legally be used. James Falkner reports on the pitfalls.

Greener grocers

As Tesco commits to carbon labelling, Carrefour sets up an ‘Environment club’ and M&S pledges to spend €300m on being carbon neutral by 2012, the stakes are riding high to secure the moral high ground in the battle for green consumers. But in these unchar