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Calais blockade highlights threat to UK trade

The Calais fishermen’s blockade has highlighted the impact on the UK’s trading relationships from disruptions of cross-Channel traffic after Brexit, the Freight Transport Association has warned.

Move to road user charging by 2030, demands ACE

The government must introduce dynamic road user charging in the UK over the long-term – starting in 2030, according to the Association for Consultancy and Engineering in a new report entitled “Funding Roads for the Future”.

Prologis put solar cells in footpath

Prologis Park Budapest Harbor has become the first logistics park in the world to integrate solar cells into footpath paving elements.

Vanderlande backs circular economy group

Vanderlande has become a supporter of the Platform for Accelerating the Circular Economy (PACE), a public-private collaboration co-chaired by the chief executive of Philips, and the heads of the Global Environment Facility and UN Environment.