UK logistics sector slipping down the global competitiveness league

May 8, 2019 Alexander Whiteman

Government and industry must work together if the UK is to avoid becoming less competitive.
This is the conclusion of the FTA’s latest logistics report, which notes that the country has dropped down the global competitiveness index from sixth to eighth since 2017.
UK policy director Elizabeth de Jong told The Loadstar connectivity had proved one of the big hurdles, with the UK ranked 29th for road connectivity and 26th for road ...

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