In line with the magazine’s new ‘Countdown to Eco 2020’ focus section, FORWARDER is getting ready to publish its first bumper quarterly print edition at the end of March.

There are a number of emissions targets which will be implemented over the next 12 months, including Clean Air Zones, CO2 and NOx emissions reduction targets across the UK and Europe. FORWARDER magazine is leading the charge in its own commitment to lowering carbon emissions, by reducing its print to quarterly.

Editor of FORWARDER magazine, Rachel Jefferies, said:

“As part of our commitment to the industry, and to demonstrate the seriousness with which we should take our responsibility for the environment, I am so pleased to say we have reduced FORWARDER magazine’s print to a quarterly basis.

“Much of our readership has migrated online, and we’ve seen an incredible influx of readers to both our digital magazine and to the FORWARDER industry news website over the last 12 months, so we are sure that our readership won’t be missing out.”

She continued:

“We all have a responsibility to our planet, even those of us who aren’t driving trucks or transporting cargo. The result for us has been to produce the same high-quality magazine with a lower environmental impact. This is just the beginning for FORWARDER.”

The team behind the magazine, which is still published digitally each month, are excited for the changes the printing schedule will bring to the content itself.

“The magazine has always been a source of not just market intelligence, but thought-provoking discussion, industry awareness and the highest-quality reference material in our sector. This won’t ever change,”

said Senior Editor, Sarah O’Connell.

“We will always represent the voices across our industry, from C-suite to Apprentices. We are proud to echo the ethos of our sector, and to be at the forefront of positive change in the freight forwarding industry”

Issue 39 will be printed at the end of March, and features the latest industry news from the UK and overseas, along with a focus on The Americas, Yorkshire, and European Road and Express. The print is expected to feature more than 200 pages of content.