15th April 2014

A picture delivers a thousand words

Posted in: Education

One of the ironies of the logistics sector is its ‘invisibility’ despite its crucial importance , not only to the UK economy, but also to everyone’s everyday life.

This irony is magnified when you look at the iconic images of the industry at work, be that a fully loaded container ship, a logistics park, the length of a freight train or a huge warehouse.

Business on the Move therefore wishes to celebrate the work the sector does by bringing to young people  ‘wow’ photos of the sector in action.

You will find the first few examples we have assembled here.

Danitv2 YICT 76 lanes mscheshire oaks external 1 OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERA Forklift in warehouse farming-calor-propane-bulk-tank

We invite you to add to them and excite young people about logistics!

Send your best ‘wow’ image to info@businessonthemove.org

The best images will be added to our gallery on the website.

Do inform us of any acknowledgement that would be appropriate but, please, only send images which will not infringe any copyright if and when they become available through the Business on the Move website.

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