Comment / In-out, in-out, shake it all about – a vote that could prove no party dance for UK logistics
Freight and logistics is set to be one of the sectors most affected by the forthcoming ...
News / UK logistics executives believe their firms will be better off staying in the EU
Around two-thirds of UK executives in the freight logistics industry believe Britain should stay in the European ...
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