NewsJuly 15, 2021
A decarbonised destination missing the map
‘A better, greener Britain’ was announced today as part of the government’s holistic strategy to decarbonise transport which set out its grand ambition of reaching net zero across the whole system by 2050.
CompaniesApril 15, 2020
Apprentice to Director
Darren Ryan is celebrating his fifth year as managing director of Morrison Freight. Following their best year ever in 2019, Darren looks back on his career so far and explains why his Dad was the motivation behind his success.
ProfessionsFebruary 28, 2020
TLJ Journeys: Apprentice to Account Manager
Jamie Abbott joined Morrison Freight as an apprentice and is now an account manager. Here Jamie explains how his skillset has been enhanced, why he loves coming to work and why other young people should consider an apprenticeship as a great route into their chosen career.
ProfessionsFebruary 28, 2020
In the right lane: Lessons from the DVSA
Talent in Logistics Journal spoke to Ian Gainford, Assistant Chief Driving Examiner and Policy Manager at the Driver and Vehicle Standards Agency (DVSA), about how to address the growing number of HGV vacancies in the UK.
TransportFebruary 28, 2020
NRI launches new LGV assessor qualification
The National Register of LGV Instructors (NRI), which is led by the road transport industry and endorsed by the DVSA, has launched the first nationally recognised LGV assessor qualification, the aim of which is to acknowledge skillsets and provide new professional development opportunities.
HealthFebruary 24, 2020
Our mental health is crucial to road safety
Improving the mental health and wellbeing of professional drivers is one of the most pressing, yet widely ignored, issues in Britain today, says Tom Footitt, Business Development Manager at How’s My Driving?
CommercialFebruary 21, 2020
New funding for the Road to Logistics programme
The UK economy is reliant on transport and logistics and so it is vital the sector is future-proofed. Such futureproofing, however, is heavily dependent on there being a sustainable and reliable workforce in place. 
EconomicsFebruary 21, 2020
Any port in a storm
The logistics sector accounts for eight per cent of the UK workforce, employing a total of 2.35 million people both directly and indirectly. This, in the face of a period of global economic cooling, gives just cause for those in the industry to be a little worried, says Dan Male, Editor of TLJ.

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