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Seven in Ten Logistics Operators Report Escalating Fuel Costs

71% of UK logistics companies reported an escalation in the cost of transporting goods during Q1 2022 compared to the same period a year ago amid sharp increases in the cost of fuel and other global supply chain pressures. 40% of respondents said that costs had climbed by 25% or more, according to the results of Logistics UK’s May 2022 Performance Tracker. Surging costs are feeding through to freight rates - the price charged to move goods - particularly cargo...

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Rite-Hite to Showcase Range of Warehouse Safety Solutions

Rite-Hite, one of the leading manufacturers of loading bay and health and safety equipment, will showcase some highlights of its complete range of solutions for warehouse and logistics environments. As experts in loading bay safety solutions, Rite-Hite will display and demonstrate a range of its products that can be utilised inside, outside and around any loading bay environment, to ensure every angle is covered. These include its world-renowned Global Wheel-Lok, designed to secure any type of trailer to the loading...

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FORS Renews Successful Solus FleetCheck Software Deal

The Fleet Operator Recognition Scheme (FORS) has renewed its solus fleet software arrangement with FleetCheck in a new deal signed this week. The two organisations first began working together in 2019 and the core product created – the FORS Fleet Management System (FORS-FMS) – has been adopted by more than 10% of all FORS operators, totalling around 10,000 users. It is designed to help them attain and maintain their FORS Bronze, Silver and Gold accreditations as set out in the...

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Free Electric Shuttle Bus Service at Warner Studio Tour London

Warner Studio Tour London has announced it is switching to a brand-new zero emission, electric bus service. Starting this month, the buses will replace an existing route that operates between the Studio Tour in Leavesden and Watford Junction train station. The move to e-buses means over 264 tonnes of CO2 a year will be saved from entering the atmosphere. "We’re delighted to have made the move to fully electric shuttle buses for our visitors and staff at the Studio Tour...

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Schoeller Allibert Launches Sustainable Pallet Box

Schoeller Allibert, a market leader in sustainable returnable logistics packaging, is set to launch a new eco-friendly pallet box solution made from recycled fishing nets. Produced and named in collaboration with global nonprofit organisation, Waste Free Oceans, the WFO OceanIX underlines Schoeller Allibert’s commitment to the sustainable circular economy. The WFO OceanIX will arrive after two and a half years of research and development. Reacting to the launch, Schoeller Allibert UK’s strategic sales and marketing director Jon Walkington said: “We...

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Project Speedbird Receives Government Funding

Project Speedbird Receives Government Funding

Project Speedbird, a project that involves Wilton-based Nova Pangaea Technologies, has secured government funding. The Department for Transport has awarded Project Speedbird, a partnership between Nova Pangaea Technologies, British Airways, and LanzaJet, £484,000 to fund a feasibility for the development of sustainable aviation fuel (SAF) in the UK. "We are very excited to have been granted GFGS funding to develop sustainable aviation fuel and proud to partner with British Airways and LanzaJet, in support of the Prime Minister's Ten Point...

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Wendy Morton MP to Give Speech at National Rail Recovery Conference

Over the past two years, the railway has had to contend not only a pandemic, but it was already embarking on developing a new structure following the Williams-Shapps Review. As such, every part of the industry urgently needs imagination, invention, and a reboot to ensure that the whole is fit for purpose for a post-pandemic world under Great British Railways. This year’s National Rail Recovery Conference will bring together experts and Government to provide an update on current progress building...

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