Exhibitor News

No Deal – Bad For Business, Bad For Britain, Says FTA.

While Westminster is no closer to a decision on the UK’s future relationship with the EU, FTA, the organisation which ...
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Successful TCS&D Show Returns To Its Roots.

Taking place for the fifth time, the bi-annual Temperature Controlled Storage & Distribution (TCS&D) Exhibition & Conference is returning to ...
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Ramp Up No Deal Preperations With FTA’S Brexit Webinar.

Following the rejection of the withdrawal agreement this week (15 January 2019), the Freight Transport Association (FTA) is advising logistics ...
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International Haulage Permit Applications Close This Week: Apply Now Or Miss Out.

Applications for international road haulage permits close this week (Friday 18 January) and the Freight Transport Association (FTA), the business ...
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Increasing Pressure On Small Businesses As London Mayor’s ULEZ Deadline Approaches.

London’s Ultra Low Emission Zone (ULEZ) would damage small businesses while delivering limited air quality improvements, according to the Freight ...
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Southampton CAZ Rejection Win For Port And Local Businesses.

The rejection of a charging Clean Air Zone (CAZ) in Southampton is a boost to the port as well as ...
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Calling The Best Of The Best! Nominations Now Open For Van Excellence Awards.

Are you a van operator committed to placing safety, compliance and innovation at the heart of your business? If so, ...
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Direct Vision Standard: Cities Should Not Be Setting Vehicle Design Standards, Says FTA.

After months of discussions, the announcement of a consultation on the proposed Direct Vision Standard (DVS) for HGV operators travelling ...
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Government’s Road Fixing Robots Ideal 21st Century Solution Says FTA.

Following the announcement today (2 January 2019) that the government is investing in the creation of robots to help repair ...
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More Government Action Required To Help Reduce Freight Emissions.

The government must take more action to help freight operators reduce their carbon emissions, according to the Freight Transport Association ...
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A ‘Managed No Deal’ Is Not An Acceptable Brexit Deal, Says FTA.

FTA, the organisation which represents the UK’s logistics sector, has rejected ministerial claims that a “Managed No Deal” Brexit is ...
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Logistics Sector Makes Headway On Road To Zero – Consistently Reducing Emissions And Fuel Costs.

A greener future for logistics is in reach, according to the Logistics Emissions Reduction Scheme (LERS) annual review report, which ...
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