Members invited to prestigious Annual Luncheon at House of Lords

The Annual House of Lords Luncheon offers UKWA members a superb opportunity to network with MPs, peers and leaders within the logistics sector. It will be held on Wednesday 2 March 2016 and will be hosted by Lord Brabazon of Tara, President of the UK Warehousing Association.

This is a key date in the UKWA calendar, providing an excellent platform for UKWA to highlight current issues affecting the industry and lobby for action.

Managing the supply chains of UK plc, the logistics sector is worth over £93bn to the UK economy, with one in twelve working people in the UK employed in logistics.  As the Voice of the UK Logistics Industry, UKWA is pleased to provide this opportunity to engage politicians at all levels of Government.

There are limited places available and these will undoubtedly be in high demand, so members are encouraged to apply for places early. The event is free to attend, but there will be a £100 cancellation fee payable for anyone unable to take up the place they have booked.

Apply to attend the UKWA House of Lords Luncheon

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