IoC news

IoC news

Industry news of relevance to Fellows and Members

Delivering a new route to logistics manager.

Express Logistics Manager a BSc Degree apprentice levy paid.

First-ever enrolments are from FedEx, Jan 2023

 

The 2023 IOC structure chart.

Sector chairs reshuffle - New IOC Road Safety and Wellbeing group

President IOC remains Viscount Lord Falkland, three vice presidents, all former transport ministers, Stephen Norris, David Jamieson and Sir John Hayes remain. Chairman, Carl Lomas MBE and CEO Dr Tracey Worth.

See the high res image on the IOC web here.

 

MCIA two-wheel Member conference – Birmingham Jan 24th 2023.

A need for light cat vehicles to deliver to door.

Where have the petrol stations gone?

Light vehicle clean air options. 20% to manufacture – 80% to run.

Review of The Transport Strategy (2019)

A full house of stakeholders were in the City of London to take a look at the review of the 2019 Transport strategy.

IOC fellow Darryl Claypole to visit every Premier League Football Ground.

Delivering hours for Brain Tumour research.

 

‘Get your steel toe-caps, gloves and hi-vis; let’s go sorting.’

New year, new textbook - for our final mile sector.

Institute of Couriers chooses best Christmas fancy dress, best Christmas jumper and best-dressed team for 2023.

Winners include Crown SDS Birmingham, DPD and Tuffnells.

 

Senior Vice President, FedEx, Trevor Hoyle announces retirement. ‘Thank You, Thank You, Thank You!’.

 

Christmas Jumper Day in final mile, DPD Barking present Ginger bread man and the Elf for final mile.

Institute of Couriers has put together the gallery of Thursday jumper day.

From Holly at Tuffnells HQ to HBC.

Have you sent your team Christmas jumper in to the IOC?

Thirty Maxus EV vans land at CitySprint

London, Leeds and Manchester.

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