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DHL expands Airfreight Plus network to Russia and CIS region

DHL launches risk management tool

DHL has launched a new tool that provides more insights from its existing Resilience360 risk management platform. The tool streamlines and consolidates data from existing modules.

Miebach’s UK expansion “especially useful” after Brexit

UKWA warns of post-Brexit excise duty risk

The United Kingdom Warehousing Association has called on the government to ensure that post-Brexit excise legislation does not place an unfair burden on legitimate logistics companies involved in the handling and movement of goods such as alcohol and tobacco.

UK slavery referrals up by a third

The number of potential victims of labour exploitation referred as part of the framework set up to identify victims of modern slavery in the UK increased by 33 per cent from 2015 to 2016, according to analysis of National Crime Agency data by Kroll, the risk mitigation specialist.

The risk to your supply chain might not be what you think

2017 is likely to see further threats of cargo theft and drug smuggling in the Americas and Europe, protests over wage and other labour issues across Asia, and persistent risks of terrorism, including terrorist targeting of the supply chain.

Logistics tops robot risk league

Transport and storage is the second highest career category at potential high risk of losing jobs to automation by early 2030s.

Calais rest stop closures put drivers at risk – FTA

The Freight Transport Association has called on the French authorities to provide more safe lorry parking for trans-European freight transport around Calais, arguing that drivers are being put at risk by recent closures.