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Recruitment: why the Interim model may be best

Fixed term contracts are not the only way to get key staff says Leigh Anderson, managing director at Bis Henderson Recruitment For some years now …

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NEWS ANALYSIS

Transport industry under pressure to shift to electric

Gothenburg, Sweden: Road transport is the most prioritised area to reduce CO2 emissions, according to a report out by Ipsos and Volvo Trucks. The report …

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Strikes in Felixstowe and Liverpool a double whammy to UK’s overstressed supply chain

Hanover, Germany: Europe’s overstretched supply chains are experiencing a double whammy of disruptions as transport unions in Felixstowe and now in Liverpool prepare for labour …

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Electrification begins

The rush to electrification has begun. The September issue of Cold Chain News reports on the trend, highlights new products, and the decisions operators must …

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WORLD NEWS

New platform integrates the global supply chain

Chicago, Illinois, US: Project44, which supplies software for end-to-end supply chain visibility, has launched a new platform, Movement by Project44, to link shippers, carriers, logistics …

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Peli BioThermal opens service centre In Japan

Tokyo, Japan: Peli BioThermal has opened a service centre in Japan. The new site, near Tokyo’s international Narita Airport, is the latest location to be …

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Volvo Trucks starts customer testing fuel cell trucks in 2025

Gottenberg, Sweden: Volvo Trucks is testing fuel cell electric trucks with a comparable range to diesel trucks, up to 1,000 km. A second pilot phase …

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Mercedes-Benz all-electric line-up

Hanover, German, Daimler Truck used the IAA Transport show in Hanover to display its electric truck range. Martin Daum, chief executive, Daimler Truck, said: “Since …

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