Land Sea & Air

Land, Sea & Air is a business-to-business publication dedicated to the movement of both products and people.

Through articles, case studies, news and specific focuses on industry-leading companies, the magazine covers the important issues that face senior management across the entire spectrum of the transport industry. As a result, it is able to address the challenges that are relevant to a variety of sectors, such as Sea & Rail Freight, Ports, Road Haulage, Public Transport, Air Cargo and Airports; within these areas, topics as diverse as Container Tracking, Satellite Technology, Materials Handling, RFID, Forklifts, Cranes and Fleet Management are featured.

With a particular focus on the efficiencies of supply chain, the management of effective logistics and the continual advancement of technology, Land, Sea & Air focuses on the hot topics and trends that are most important to the busy professional.

Profiles

A market-leading food and drinks logistics provider across the chilled and ambient temperature arenas, Culina Group provides warehousing, distribution, contract packing and value added solutions to deliver a total logistics offering to its broad customer base

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Dionne Redpath and Maria Torrent-March discuss why and how Europa Logistics is leading the way for diversity and equality in a sector historically dominated by men

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Profiles

It was in 1946, on the then Royal Air Force base of RAF Cranfield, that the establishment now known as Cranfield University was formed. Originally dubbed the College of Aeronautics, it was set up by the UK Government in the wake of the Second World War as a means of ensuring that the country retained a vibrant aerospace industry

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Profiles

Operating from the archipelago of the Orkney Islands in the Northern Isles of Scotland, Orkney Ferries has represented a vital community transport link to the islands since the 1800s

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Features

The hidden cost of warehousing. By Steve Adams

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Profiles

It was in October 2007 that a dynamic new company called AMAC Aerospace took the first major step in its development by signing a 35-year land lease agreement with Switzerland’s EuroAirport Basel-Mulhouse

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