What is Logistics Magazine?
Logistics Magazine is a monthly publication that is sent to FTA members and senior business people working across the supply chain. It is packed with news, features and interviews, as well as useful information on compliance and legislation so crucial to the safety of all transport operations.
What kind of content does it contain?
Logistics Magazine tackles the big issues facing logistics, from technology and innovation to infrastructure and decarbonisation. It is one of the few publications to report on the industry across all modes – road, rail, sea and air.
What are the regular features?
One of the magazine’s regular features is a compliance advice section, where readers can discover more about key issues including agency drivers, the safe loading of vehicles and Clean Air Zones. Plus, there’s a regular ‘Headliners’ section, featuring the month’s must-read news stories.
What is its reach?
Logistics Magazine has a reach that rivals and exceeds that of many trade titles and offers a great way to access an often hard-to-reach audience.
View the latest edition of Logistics Magazine
In the latest edition of Logistics Magazine, you will find:
FTA’s call for the new government to honour ten key asks from the logistics industry is the cover story for the December issue of Logistics Magazine. The ten measures have been published in an election manifesto, Logistics for Britain, prepared by FTA’s policy team. The announcement of former British astronaut Major Tim Peake as the keynote speaker for FTA’s Future Logistics Conference and FTA’s call on government to secure the future of HS2 are the other headliner stories.
In the latest of our series of ‘in profile’ interviews, we talk to Professor Alan McKinnon from Kϋhne Logistics University in Hamburg about his career, just-in-time supply chains, his latest book Decarbonizing Logistics and the hidden costs of Brexit.
Emma Gilthorpe, Executive Director for Heathrow Expansion, makes the case for increasing the capacity of the UK’s biggest hub airport. Other features include a report on the winners of the FTA Logistics Awards 2019, and the key findings of the Logistics Emissions Review.
The recurring issue of bridge strikes is the subject of this month’s compliance section.
- Decision time – Logistics Magazine reports on FTA’s 10 key asks of the government
- Lessons in logistics – Logistics Magazine talks to green logistics guru Professor Alan McKinnon
- Up in the air – Heathrow director tells Logistics Magazine why airport expansion is crucial to UK plc
- Celebrating excellence – Logistics Magazine reports on the winners of FTA’s Logistics Awards 2019
- Eliminating emissions – Logistics Magazine shares the key findings of the Logistics Emissions Review
- Wise council – Logistics Magazine reports high levels of engagement at FTA’s modal councils
FTA’s senior policy team has identified 20 rising stars and industry veterans who are set to drive logistics to new heights in the coming year and profiled them in 20 for 20, a new magazine supplement to accompany the December issue of FTA’s Logistics Magazine. View 20 for 20.
FTA members can also view recent editions of its previous publication Freight & Logistics
How can I receive a copy of Logistics Magazine?
As an FTA member you’ll receive a free copy of Logistics Magazine each month. There are 10 issues per year. For additional copies, at a subscription rate of £50 (non-members £55), please call Will Reeves on 01892 552211 or email email@example.com
Can we advertise in Logistics Magazine?
Yes, numerous sponsorship and advertising opportunities are available. Take a look online or contact Will Reeves by email or phone on 01892 552211.