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IOC CEO Tracey Worth was at the heart of equality in transport for PACTS' (Parliamentary Advisory Council for Transport Strategy) October meeting.


Sir Peter Hendy was awarded an hononary fellowship of the Institute of Couriers during his time as TfL Commissioner, in recognition for focus on freight traffic for the 2012 London Olympic Games.

Hot off the press, it was announced on Friday, (14 October 2022), that, as part of the 2022 Political Honours, Sir Peter would receive a life peerage.

Renault partners with Lyon cargo-bike maker Kleuster to make Freegônes model at  2100m2 facility at Renault Trucks Vénissieux plant.

Transport hosted by City of London Corporation at Guildhall October 2022

TfL on priority to find cargo cycle exchange space.

Scooter numbers left across city is growing.

Thirteenth for pair of runners raising six thousand pounds for WoodenSpoon Charity.


South West region Job Centre Award to Matt Prowse

What jobs , who gets what – the portfolios.

Man from the ministry, Phil Martin brings us hot off the press the latest full line-up detail of the Dept for Transport Ministers and what portfolio responsibilities each have,


Hot off the press at IOC Heads of Industry round table 20th Sept 2022

Riveting, roller-coaster express logistics agenda.

Bumper top level keynotes at the IoD table in Pall Mall, London.

Fuel derivative values - employment law – DVSA, DfT & TfGM- eFord.


Following a record year of growth in which it secured its first profit, UK independent parcel carrier Yodel has announced plans to open a brand-new depot in Huyton.

With the growth in e-commerce showing no signs of slowing, the 161,900 sq. ft centre will provide Yodel with further capacity, ensuring the business can continue to meet demands into the future.

IOC helps express employers engage with the big conversation at the DFE IFA Professional body and employer directory event.

Apprenticeships in Transport, the transport sector strongly engaging with learning via the levy tax. It’s the IFA body of DFE who make it all work.

Transport has one of the largest uptakes of apprenticeships of any other sector in UK.