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TKL Group Expands Team of Drivers and Skiploaders

A growing waste, recycling and skip hire business in Yorkshire has expanded its team of drivers after investing into three brand-new Hiab MULTILIFT skiploaders. TKL Skip Hire has recruited three drivers to operate a trio of MULTILIFT Futura FTR12 skiploaders installed onto a Scania chassis P250. "We’re in a really positive position to be investing in the business and increasing our capacity to meet growing demand. These state-of-the-art skiploaders are operated using remote control which is safer for the driver and...

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Logistics Specialist to Open Three New Fulfilment Sites

Whistl, the leading independent provider of e-fulfilment solutions, has announced it is to accelerate its expansion into e-fulfillment with the opening of three new depots. The largest building is a 300,000 sq ft brand new site within Magna Park South, Lutterworth. This site is Whistl’s largest dedicated 3PL logistics and distribution facility situated within the Midlands’ ‘Golden Triangle’ of logistics providers. When complete, it will have parking for 41 HGVs, with 28 dock levelers and 2 level access points. It...

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Zenobe Energy and McGill’s to Bring Sustainable Transport to Scotland

Zenobe Energy, the UK’s leading independent owner and operator of battery storage, which powers 20% of the EV bus market in the UK, has partnered with McGill’s to bring electric bus services to Glasgow, Renfrewshire and Dundee. The partnership will see three depots being electrified, with capacity for further expansion, going live in 2021, helping to facilitate the launch of 68 electric buses. The investment in electric charging infrastructure at the three depots makes a significant step towards Scotland’s drive...

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Coastlink Conference 2021 to Discuss Short Sea Shipping Post-Brexit

Short sea shipping can provide a sustainable alternative to moving goods to and from Europe according to Logistics UK, the business group representing the logistics industry. This, and many other topics affecting the short sea shipping sector, will be debated at the Coastlink Live conference, set to take place virtually on 22 April 2021 and supported by Logistics UK. The free-to-attend conference will take place between 10:00 – 11:00 BST and will focus on how the movement of freight is...

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Paul Rombeek Joins Flexport to Support European Air Growth

Paul Rombeek Joins Flexport to Support European Air Growth

Flexport, the modern freight forwarder, has announced the appointment of Paul Rombeek as the new Senior Director of Network Trade Lane Management, EMEA. Responsible for driving Flexport’s consolidated air and ocean service offerings, Paul will help Flexport Europe to grow and develop its air services, with a focus on the Far East Westbound. He brings 22 years of experience in aviation to his new role and will focus on building out Flexport’s end-to-end air experience, extending the customer base, by...

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Unlock Capacity for Rail Freight to Meet Net Zero Emissions

In response to the publication of the Rail Delivery Group’s Value of Rail Freight report, Zoe McLernon, Policy Manager of Multi Modal at Logistics UK comments: “Logistics UK is urging the government to unlock capacity for rail freight services to help meet the target of a net zero emission economy by 2050. Currently taking seven million lorries off the roads each year, rail freight can play a vital role in achieving the UK’s decarbonisation targets, but capacity for freight services...

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