The Freight Transport Association (FTA) has called for better support from government to improve the efficiency of logistics in the UK.
The FTA Logistics Manifesto – to be launched at today’s Commercial Vehicle (CV) Show in Birmingham – explains the association’s three main priorities: to deliver economic growth, improve safety and reduce pollution.
Karen Dee, FTA’s director of policy said: “Logistics underpins every aspect of modern life. It is utterly indispensable to the working our home lives, our businesses, our schools and hospitals – everything. We can make logistics more efficient, but we need better support from the Government. This doesn’t need to come with a huge price tag, but it does need greater understanding of the way we really operate and how Government can work with us to achieve its own aims.”
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