Following the Italian Prime Minister’s decree to place the whole of the country on lockdown, we have been advised by our Italian partners that the movement of trucks is not restricted.
Therefore, in theory, most movements can continue unaffected, apart from possible delay. The issue which will present itself shortly will be the lack of drivers willing to enter the country.
All that we can advise is that customers and suppliers maintain contact with our operational departments on a job by job basis.
Our Italian partners, ITX open a new branch in Rome – Pomezia to be precise. Operative as of 1st July 2020, the new branch is connected to their Milan headquarters with a regular transport shuttle to ensure optimal connections to all road freight departures. For Ital Logistics and our customers, this presents the opportunity to […]
There is a poignancy about the timing of Vera Lynn’s passing: the songs she sang, of encouragement and hope, and above all, memories invoked. We are in difficult and unprecedented times. Her songs and messages of hope eighty years ago are acutely relevant today. Everybody knows her story, no introduction required, no matter ones age. […]
Despite the Covid-19 lockdown, and the anticipation of some bitter financial losses, we have been pleasantly surprised at how our team has been riding the storm and resilient in its face. I was recently interviewed by Stuart Todd on behalf of the Lloyds Loading List, the article can be read here. Expecting to see a […]
We use Ital logistics for all our shipping needs primarily because they provide a first class, reliable service. They are totally committed and customer focused, keeping you fully informed of your shipment from start to finish. Tony Burrows is my contact and in the past he has pulled out all the stops to meet some very tight deadlines! I take comfort from this and it makes my job easier knowing that Tony is at the other end of the telephone offering his expertise