The road to net zero – can the supply chain step up to sustainability targets?

Some might say sustainability is one of those buzzwords of the moment, a bandwagon to jump on – particularly with the likes of COP26 and UK Government net zero strategies shining a light on the drive towards a carbon neutral future across sectors. But it’s been buzzing about the transport and logistics sector for many […]

Ltd company drivers and legislation: what does it all mean?

In April 2021 changes to the IR35 off-payroll working rules made it clear to transport operators that employing limited company owner-drivers would now be restricted to those below the threshold of set criteria. The new criteria suggests that small companies and operators would still be within their right to continue to employ these drivers in […]

Reverse logistics: is consumer spending putting strain on the supply chain?

Reverse logistics: is consumer spending putting strain on the supply chain? The ease and efficiency of ecommerce and online shopping has made it irresistible to the consumer – and it’s easy to see why. See something you like? Order it, try it, and if you don’t like it – send it straight back. You’ll have […]

Logistics and Transport Trends for 2022

As we settle into the new year, many businesses are taking the time to reflect on the challenges of 2021 and review their strategies, operations and goals for the year ahead. As a result we are beginning to see a number of trends emerging across logistics and transport that point to the current pain points […]