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Time to end empty promises as logistics workers prove their value

Denise Beedell

Many working in the logistics sector have faced one of their most challenging years yet, with the Covid-19 pandemic placing untold pressure on operations, company finances and personal wellbeing. 

Despite this adversity, these individuals and businesses have continued to support the UK economy and society heroically throughout the outbreak; we are so proud to represent an industry which has shown itself to be resilient, adaptable, and effective in the face of such hardship. 

As we look to 2021, the Government’s plans to rebuild the nation’s economy must support decarbonisation efforts while remaining mindful of the financial and operational strains the pandemic continues to place on logistics businesses.

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