Transport in UK Law
- Civil Air Transport.
British Waterways Board — An Integrated Transport System
The British Waterways Board are a public corporation, set up by the 1962 Transport Act, to administer some 2,000 miles of Britain's inland waterways. Consequently, the Board have a wide range of in...
Electronic information transfer in a transport chain
Purpose: The purpose of this paper is to assess electronic information transfer in logistics organizations. The paper approaches information transfer as an elemental component of contemporary busin...
Transport for London’s non‐traditional training
Kim Kneen of MICE AGA explains how Transport for London used professional actors in creating a learning and development program that reflected “the bigger picture” and brought customer service trai...
- Futurology of Transport
Integrating transport systems in supply chain management software tools
Logistic strategies represent a key factor to increase supply chain (SC) effectiveness, as the optimization of logistics networks enables transport and storage costs reduction as well as quick resp...
Transport infrastructure investments and competition for FDI
This paper studies how transport infrastructure investments (TIIs) affect a bidding war for a firm between two asymmetric countries within a region in a context of imperfect competition, where TIIs...
- The Transport Holding Company and the Transport White Paper
- Banks v. Transport Regulation Board1
- The Transport Act, 1953
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