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Logistics News

Driver shortage stymies Ocado growth
Posted on Friday December 15, 2017

Ocado increased sales by 11.6 per cent to £373.8 million for the 14 weeks to 3rd December – but said that growth had been restricted by a lack of drivers in certain locations. The increase came mainly from an increase in the number of orders per week to 280,000, but there was also a 0.3 […]

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Industry needs 50,000 drivers
Posted on Friday December 15, 2017

The UK haulage industry is currently facing a shortage of between 45,000 and 50,000 HGV drivers, according to the Road Haulage Association. RHA chief executive Richard Burnett, said the organisation was keen to set the record straight following scare stories in some national newspapers which suggested that the driver shortage could stop families getting their […]

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FTA demands clarity on road plans
Posted on Friday December 15, 2017

The freight Transport Association has called on the government to provide clarity on its road improvement priorities, to ensure adequate succession planning for fleet acquisitions and route planning for on-going deliveries. Responding to publication of the government’s second Road Investment Strategy, the FTA said the report did not contain sufficient information for operators who need […]

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