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Supply chain professionals need more support on modern slavery

Posted Tuesday August 14, 2018 by Dan Sullivan

The issue of modern slavery in the supply chain will not go away. Yesterday the Home Office set out plans to review of the Modern Slavery Act 2015 after research found that the economic and social costs of modern slavery to the UK are some £4.3 billion. Coincidentally, the Chartered Institute of Procurement & Supply, […]

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Farmers fear heatwave will cause “tinderbox conditions” for food supply

Posted Tuesday August 7, 2018 by Dan Sullivan

Farmers are poised to meet government officials on Wednesday for an emergency summit amid fears a drought caused by the recent heatwave could adversely impact the UK’s food supply. The National Farmers Union (NFU) said the heatwave has caused “tinderbox conditions”, as reduced grass growth and depleted yields for crops could cause a shortage of […]

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John Lewis signs up to modern slavery victims job scheme

Posted Tuesday July 31, 2018 by Dan Sullivan

John Lewis Partnership has become the latest UK retailer to throw its support behind a scheme that aims to provide jobs for hundreds of survivors of modern slavery. The retail group – which operates John Lewis and Waitrose – joined the Bright Future project, which was co-founded by the Co-op last year and offers slavery victims four-week […]

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Posted Tuesday July 10, 2018 by Dan Sullivan

Ten UK businesses have signed up to Bright Future, an innovative scheme devised by the Co-op, to create jobs for victims of modern slavery. Household names Body Shop (in partnership with Single Resource) and Dixons Carphone along with eight others, including independent Co-op societies, food suppliers and Marshalls Construction, have become Bright Future Business Partners […]

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DHL adds solar power to trucks

Posted Thursday June 28, 2018 by Dan Sullivan

DHL has developed thin film solar mats TRAiLAR, which are fitted to vehicle roofs and connected the vehicle’s battery or additional on-board batteries. The solar energy generated reduced overall fuel consumption by helping to power different on-board activities such as tail lifts. TRAiLAR can be integrated into both trailers and rigid vehicles, reducing CO2 emissions, […]

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