After 10 years with the Freight Transport Association (FTA), the business organisation representing the UK’s logistics industry, Chief Executive David Wells reveals his ambitions for the association’s next decade, which he believes will drive even more achievements for its members.
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The UK Prime Minister has confirmed that HS2 will go ahead, with construction for Phase 1 from London to the West Midlands set to begin in April 2020.
As we welcome a new decade, Alex Veitch, Head of Multimodal Policy at FTA, looks at the global picture and prospects for rail freight; exploring what the UK can learn from the successes of other nations and what the future holds for this valuable sector.
The rail sector is rarely perceived to be at the forefront of cutting-edge logistics technology. But this could not be further from the truth; huge strides are now being made to modernise rail by enlisting the latest technology and the best creative minds. Alex Veitch, Head of Multimodal Policy at…
Alex Veitch, Head of Multimodal Policy at the FTA, reveals the five key requests the association has included in its submission to the Williams Rail Review in support of future-proofing UK rail freight.
Despite the growth of UK freight in 2018, the FTA has warned that the industry must still be cautious as to the future of growth as Brexit looms ever closer.
What projects, developments and innovative solutions are available to help transform rail freight operations in the digital era? This In-Depth Focus examines the latest methods to make rail freight more environmentally friendly, more cost-effective, more efficient and much safer.
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Scandinavia’s rail network is already one of the world’s most advanced, and one that continues to benefit from investment and support. This regional debate involving some key industry leaders explores the driving forces behind the region’s rail success and provides a platform for discussion on the future of rail in…
Efficient rail freight is vital to keep Britain trading, with a direct impact on more than 7 million people employed in the movement of goods. With new technology and other disruptive forces affecting the industry, targets for freight need to be included in the investment strategy…