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People

BIFA names new director general

Robert Keen

Robert Keen to succeed Peter Quantrill, who retires from the trade association in August

British Shippers’ Council confirms new appointments

New chair is Gillian Scott from John Lewis, while vice-chair is Barry Wallace from Marks and Spencer

CEVA appoints new COO for contract logistics

Former shipper Brett Bissell promoted from Latin America role

Allport appoints new managing director of air freight

Steve Williams held previous senior roles at DB Schenker and Panalpina

Advice and Insight

GUEST EDITOR: Growing in other sectors

Darren Wright, Allseas Global Logistics managing director and founder

Lloyd’s Loading List.com spoke to Allseas Global Logistics managing director and founder Darren Wright, about new directions and ambitions

Talking about my generation

Rob Riddleston, head of transport and logistics, manufacturing and transportation team, Barclays, discusses how transport and logistics providers will pay the price for benefits packages that fail to meet the expectations of younger generations

The judge’s decision is final

Choosing the finalists for the Global Freight Awards 2013

Q&A: A decade of deliveries

Allseas Global Logistics celebrates its tenth anniversary this year. Darren Wright, managing director and co-owner and founder of Allseas, talks to Lloyd’s Loading List.com

Have Your Say

The long, slow price quote

Zvi Schreiber, CEO of Freightos

Forwarders are losing out on new business due to out-dated back-end systems and a silo mentality, says Zvi Schreiber, CEO of Freightos

Call for data to be collated on illegal foreign vehicles

Member of Parliament for Cambridgeshire claims the avoidance of such payments is costing the British taxpayer circa £3million per annum in lost revenue