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FTA to become Logistics UK later this month

By Damian Brett

UK supply chain group the Freight Transport Association has officially changed its name to Logistics UK. The group first announced…

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FTA welcomes UK government’s Freeport plan

By Damian Brett

Logistics organisation Freight Transport Association (FTA) has welcomed the UK government’s plans to establish 10 freeports but said questions about…

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Shippers spotlight: how air cargo is helping in the fight against Covid-19

By Zoe McLernon, Multimodal Policy Manager, FTA

My last column for Air Cargo News – the effects of sustainability on capacity and growth – seems like a…

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FTA hires senior transport advisor to bolster Covid-19 logistics support

By Rachelle Harry

FTA has appointed a new senior transport advisor, Becky Martin, within its Member Advice Centre (MAC) to assist the team…

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Evolving FTA plans for multimodalism

By Rachelle Harry

Freight Transport Association has decided to rebrand to raise its profile with politicians, media and the public, as well as…

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COVID-19: FTA calls for extension of Brexit transition period

The UK logistics industry is calling on the Westminster government to seek an extension of the transition period for leaving…

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FTA Air Freight Policy Seminar

By Rachelle Harry

The FTA is campaigning for policies to create a world class sustainable air freight sector. Air freight already accounts 40%…

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FTA set to rebrand as Logistics UK

By Damian Brett

The Freight Transport Association (FTA) has announced that it will change its name to Logistics UK from the end of…

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FTA says UK government comments on Brexit ‘not helpful’

By Rachelle Harry

The UK Freight Transport Association (FTA) has expressed its concern to the government about trading arrangements with the EU during…

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Logistics industry praised at FTA Awards

By Damian Brett

The logistics industry is to be applauded for keeping Britain trading, despite uncertain market conditions, according to a leading government transport minister….

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