The RHA has set out its vision to help the industry attract, train and retain a workforce for the future.
The trade body says the industry faces skills shortages, including drivers, technicians and warehouse operatives. They acknowledge the steps government has taken to address the issues but say more needs to be done.
In its skills manifesto published today (Wednesday 26 July) the RHA encourages industry, the education sector and government to work together to make the logistics and commercial road transport attractive career options.
The paper was brought together after extensive consultation with RHA members, industry, training providers, and local and national governments.
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