Editor's Postbag

April 2000
Logistics & Transport Focus;Apr2000, Vol. 2 Issue 3, p20
Trade Publication
This section of the periodical "Transport and Logistics Focus," presents letters to the editor that comment on articles published in the periodical, as of April 2000. The first letter focuses on the expected shortfall in the number of qualified Dangerous Goods Safety Advisors (DGSA) available to meet the deadline of December 31, 1999 for compliance with the DGSA legislation of the European Union. The second letter comments on the assessment made by Daniel Wright on the status of road transportation. The third letter focused on the message of the lecture delivered by Alastair Morton. The fourth letter commented on an article written by Chris Lewis which reported on the rail services offered by the Eurostar company. The fifth letter commented on an article written by Paul Ward.


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