The power of employer branding is becoming more and more important across all sectors, but in particular the transport and logistics sector!

There have been many changes that have taken place since 1972 and as we know, there must be many more to reach the levels that Europe intends to achieve to create a carbon neutral Europe by 2050.

At Vrio we are very aware of the current challenges being faced by our customers both in the UK and from across Europe in relation to the new legislative procedures that now apply to the movement of goods as a result of Brexit.

At Vrio we want to inform you of everything you need to travel with confidence to and from the UK from January 2021.

At Vrio, we are monitoring the situation very closely and are in contact with various legal firms who will assist with the legal recovery process in Germany once this has been clearly defined.

Check your route in advance and allow sufficient extra time for your journey. Route planning software will often provide live traffic updates to help you understand if your specific journey will be impacted by adverse traffic or weather conditions.

As the politicians in London and Brussels continue to make very slow progress about the future shape of Britain’s relationship with the rest of the European Union, many important questions remain unanswered on a number of fronts and how we transition out of the “transition period”.

During the first half of the year we have faced a pandemic which has resulted in everything from mobility restrictions, changes in supply patterns, changes in social and work patterns, a significant drop in economic activity… the list goes on and on.

Cargo theft is not only very common, it is also very big business for organized criminals and gangs. Cargo thefts from supply chains in Europe, the Middle East and Africa (EMEA) more than doubled to 8,548 incidents in 2019 and product loss totaled over €137 million, according to the Transported Asset Protection Association (TAPA).

The items that disappear the most are branded clothing, alcohol, tobacco, electronics equipment, and medicines.

Intelligent Transport Systems (ITS) are vital to the future sustainability of the transport sector. With a focus on increasing road safety and tackling Europe’s growing emission and congestion problems, they can make transport safer, more efficient, and more sustainable by applying various information and communication technologies to all modes of passenger and freight transport. Moreover, the integration of existing technologies can create new services. ITS are key to support jobs and growth in the transport sector of the future.