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April 2012
  • Multimodal 2012 is springboard for new ideas in logistics

    Multimodal 2012, the UK’s only annual event focused on the transport and logistics industries, is proving to be a springboard for a host of new ideas, products and services to help improve the efficiency and effectiveness of the logistics industry.

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  • Bam Construct: Construction firm are 'cutting their own throats on contracts'

    Graham Cash, chief executive of one of the UK’s biggest building companies Bam Construct UK, has claimed contractors are bidding for work at unsustainably low prices in order to survive the downturn.

  • Greenpeace's energy bill posted outside Centrica HQ.

    Greenpeace shuts down Centrica HQ in protest over gas-dependency

    Fifty Greenpeace campaigners have shut down the headquarters of energy company Centrica to protest about rising energy prices and Britain's over-dependence on gas.

  • Spain slips back into recession too

    Spain has also suffered a double-dip recession, it has been announced today. Less than a week after it was revealed that the UK had fallen back into recession, the Instituto Nacional de Estadistica (INE) announced that the Spanish economy shrank by

  • Producing a winning advertising campaign

    Business Today gets the inside track on some of TV’s finest recent adverts with Chris Hirst, CEO of Grey, the global advertising agency. Grey has just produced some great campaigns, including the British Heart Foundation ad on CPR ("hard and fast") f

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  • The Building Regulations: An overview

    Doug Basen, LABC Technical Policy Manager, gives an overview of the current Building Regulations, as well as outlining proposed changes over the next 12 months. The Building Regulations are national regulations in force throughout Englan

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