UKWA Logistics Users Group Tackles the Big Issues

Once again, on the morning of the UKWA Annual Parliamentary Luncheon, leading figures from the Association’s Logistics Users Group gathered at 1 Great George Street to join a Round Table discussion of some of the big issues currently facing the industry. The event was sponsored by workforce management solutions specialist Kronos.

Business leaders from retail, foodservice, manufacturing, automotive and aviation – including Urban Outfitters, Nando’s, Denby Pottery and British Airways – gathered to debate the transformational landscape and future of logistics.

Round Table discussion topics ranged from tackling climate change, sustainable solutions and driverless vehicles, warehouse provision and land use, appealing to the ‘Gen Z’ consumer, the challenge of attracting talent against a backdrop of a skills and labour shortage and of course, preparing for Brexit.

Read the full report here:

ROUND TABLE REPORT>

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Tagged with: climate change, labour and skills shortage, preparing for Brexit, transformational landscape of logistics, UKWA Logistics User Round Table, warehouse provision

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