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Theresa May will not ask EU for long extension

Theresa May will not be asking the EU for a long delay when she formally requests that Brexit is postponed.
20 March 2019
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CILT and Statista collaborate to further understand 2019 logistics trends

CILT is currently conducting a study about the logistics sector in collaboration with Statista.

13 March 2019
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Help shape the future of transport in the South East

CILT members have been invited by, Transport for the South East to participate in a survey to inform the future transport strategy for the area. 
13 March 2019
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New funding to support young women into maritime careers

More young women will be encouraged to embark on a career at sea thanks to new funding announced on International Women’s Day by Maritime Minister Nusrat Ghani.
08 March 2019
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Angus 3D brings world-leading metal 3D printing to the UK market

It will help deliver up to £1 billion potential benefits to the Scottish economy by producing its first pieces using the UK’s first commercially-available Markforged Metal-X metal...
06 March 2019
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Delivering the Future: FedEx Unveils Autonomous Delivery Robot

FedEx SameDay Bot is an evolution for same-day, last mile e-commerce deliveries
28 February 2019
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Wincanton challenges UK business leaders to respond to increased digitisation in the Supply Chain

Wincanton has published Transforming Logistics: A Leader’s Guide.

28 February 2019
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CILT members invited to influence DEFRA Brexit research

CILT UK members managing Brexit supply chain and logistics issues across the food supply chain, in manufacturing, retail, wholesale and foodservice are in invited to influence DEFRA research on...
25 February 2019
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Honda confirms Swindon car plant closure

Honda has confirmed it will close its Swindon car plant in 2021, with the loss of about 3,500 jobs.
20 February 2019
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Ford warns no-deal Brexit would be 'catastrophic'

Ford has said a no-deal Brexit would be catastrophic for the firm's manufacturing operations in the UK.
20 February 2019
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