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CILT reveals 18-point action plan to deliver net-zero at COP26

The Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transport in the UK, the leading professional membership organisation for those working in transport and logistics, has today revealed its 18-point action...
09 November 2021

New tracking solution developed to increase journey visibility for Europe’s trucking market

sennder, IVECO and CO3 have announced a partnership to track loads on the sennder platform. 
09 November 2021

Port of Felixstowe makes major decarbonisation investment

Coinciding with COP26 in Glasgow, Hutchison Ports’ Port of Felixstowe has announced a major investment in new equipment to help decarbonise its operations. 
09 November 2021

Currys and Uber to launch tech delivery trial

Currys and Uber have announced a new trial which will enable Londoners to order small tech items and get them delivered fast.

09 November 2021

ASOS opens £90m Litchfield fulfilment centre

ASOS has formally opened its new state-of-the-art fulfilment centre in Lichfield, Staffordshire. 
09 November 2021

Government announces major review into HGV driver training

A government review will seek to improve compulsory ongoing training for HGV and bus drivers.

09 November 2021

DHL trials eCargo bikes for home deliveries

DHL has announced the start of a trial of the EAV eCargo bike for its small-item home delivery service.

09 November 2021

DB Cargo unveils locomotive in CILT’s honour at COP26

DB Cargo and The Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transport in the UK are delighted to announce an electric locomotive has been named in the Institute's honour at COP26. 
09 November 2021

Public see rail as green but many still use cars, Network Rail survey finds

Two-thirds of the British public recognise railway as a greener mode of transport, yet 73% of this group still primarily use cars to get around.
08 November 2021

Connected Kerb to deliver 190,000 on-street EV chargers by 2030

Connected Kerb has announced plans to install 190,000 public on-street electric vehicle chargers by 2030. 
08 November 2021

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