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Green skills vital for the survival of airfreight

With sustainability as a high priority within the logistics industry, new trends and technologies are becoming ever more prominent in the airfreight sector – such as sustainable aviation fuels, electrification, and autonomous vehicles – and “green skills” will be needed to support this transition and ensure its success.

UK recruitment agency Morson Talent has estimated that by 2032 there will be 175,000 new jobs created within the transport sector alone, with “green-skilled” roles including alternative fuel experts, green aerospace, and hydrogen electrolysis engineers. Their research also shows that a vast majority of the current workforce will remain in the logistics industry, highlighting a large population who could be retrained or upskilled in low and zero-emission technologies to enable the UK to meet its net-zero targets.

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