Reverse Logistics: Because Dumping Into A Landfill is Not An Option

Since the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic, consumers have become increasingly willing to buy more and more items online, including things like clothing, household goods and appliances. As a result, online retailers are handling more product returns than ever. Reverse logistics has become a struggle for eCommerce businesses. And the financial impact is enormous. In […]

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Retailers Looking to Technology to Overcome the Energy Crisis

The rising costs of fuel is causing many retailers problems, and as the price of gas and electricity all increase, retailers are scrambling to reduce costs in all areas. In recent months, this has become the biggest topic of conversation in boardrooms, with pressure being passed down to property and logistics teams to find answers. […]

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C2 Cyber Joins Delivering Green Online Event

With the rise of digitisation cyber security is becoming an important part of logistics’ goals. It affects every aspect of modern operations in the industry and benefits sustainability efforts greatly. We are happy to welcome Jonathan Wood, CEO & Founder of C2 Cyber. Joining the panel discussion on the 24th May, Jonathan will share his […]

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Pall-Ex launches #PLXUKRAINE appeal

Logistics giant Pall-Ex Group has launched the #PLXUKRAINE appeal to support those affected by the conflict in eastern Europe.  The appeal tasks Pall-Ex Group’s UK and Irish membership, comprising over 165 independent transport businesses, to raise £1,000 (or equivalent) each in any way they can. All the funds raised by the appeal will then be […]

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Video | Rising Costs Fuel an Uncertain Future for Logistics

Rising costs are fueling an uncertain future for the logistics industry. The sector is entering a new era at a time when world crises are still ongoing and have not been fully settled. We spoke to Lyall Cresswell, Founder & CEO of Transport Exchange Group, about what rising costs mean for the sector, the uncertain […]

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UK’s Drivers Shortage to Get Worse With Civil Servants Freeze

The Prime Minister’s proposed civil service recruitment freeze could see the UK’s HGV driver shortage escalate if staff managing the backlog of driver testing cannot be recruited, according to Logistics UK. The leading business group is also warning that road safety could be compromised if planned resourcing for heavy vehicle checks is halted, as Logistics […]

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Secure drop off and go: Self storage reimagined, and removals too

An innovative UK company is looking for partners to work with as it rethinks storage with a unique approach to helping people safely store and move their property and valuables. LOVESPACE has recently launched a nationwide removals service and unique drive-up storage lockers in London car parks. Its service will resonate with the under 45 year […]

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Next Level Charging: Solving The Power Scarcity in Fleet Depots

A big pain in fleet companies when they turn electric is the humongous amount of power they realise they need to charge all their vans overnight. This usually means demanding more power  and retrofitting the electrical installation (even upgrading the transformer substation, which can cost hundreds of thousands of pounds), as current wires don’t support […]

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Segura Partners With Phase Eight To Enable Ethical Supply Chains

Phase Eight, the go-to destination for empowering, feminine style that inspires, has partnered with Segura – the leading platform for next-generation supply chain transparency – further strengthening its longstanding commitment and approach to ethical trade. Segura’s solution will enable Phase Eight to modernise and improve the quality of its supply chain management, supporting its aim […]

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VIDEO | Shipping Embraces The Digital Challenge

The maritime industry has always been considered more traditional in comparison with the rest of the supply chain. In recent years, however, it has also been forced to face the challenges of digitisation. With the new International Maritime Organisation’s (IMO) regulations and drive to reach 50% reduced GHG emissions by 2050, the sector is embarking […]

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