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Air cargo trends remain challenging

Trading conditions in air cargo sector remain "very challenging", says IATA

Demand in global air freight markets decreased by 1.1 per cent in November 2019, the thirteenth consecutive month of year-on-year declines in freight volumes, according to latest data from the International Air Transport Association.

CEMEX firms up on its commitment to rail freight

CEMEX firms up on rail freight commitments

Global building materials supplier CEMEX says rail freight remains an integral part of it supply chain strategy after announcing a series of investments to improve rail operations across the UK.

Haulier fined after driver falls from trailer

Haulier fined after driver falls from trailer

Scottish haulage company W D Cormack & Sons has been fined after one of its drivers suffered severe injuries after falling from a trailer.

Forwarders urge new government to deliver on election promises

Forwarders urge new government to deliver on election promises

Newly-elected government must deliver on its promises in regards to Brexit, the withdrawal agreement with the EU, and any future trade deal, says BIFA

Risk of no-deal Brexit remains, says FTA

Risk of no-deal Brexit remains, says FTA

There is still a chance that the UK could crash out of the EU without a deal on 31, the Freight Transport Association has warned.