Months ahead of the end of the transition period, there was, understandably, significant uncertainty around Brexit. In the midst of the pandemic, two thirds of businesses admitted their Brexit preparation had been disrupted by Covid-19 and less than a quarter (23%) had high confidence in their ability to cope with the extra administrative burden of Brexit, with two thirds (67%) of large firms very or extremely concerned about longer delays in their supply chain impacting business post-Brexit.
A Cambridgeshire heavy haulage & recovery specialist is set to save time and money while opening up a possible new revenue stream following an investment in brake testing equipment from Totalkare.
United Pallet Network (UPN) has recently announced further improvements to its high-quality network across the UK with the introduction of six solid new members and the addition of a new European partner for France.
Back to the Future - A changing of the guard, but not the strategy Pallet-Track sets a course for the future with new CEO
In nostalgic déjà vu scenes reminiscent of the film Back to the Future, to provide much-needed additional capacity, leading logistics company Pallet-Track is about to open a new hub in Wednesbury, just yards away from the original Black Country facility it launched its fledgling business from 17 years ago.
Despite the challenges that the UK and indeed the world continue to face with the Covid-19 pandemic, market leading 3PL provider Culina Group continues to be a magnificent success story following a fantastic year of growth.
Brexit is now a reality. Business has mostly managed to get to grips with all the new paperwork needed to ship goods to continental Europe and Ireland, and we have got used to the fact that freight will take longer to reach its destination.