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Transport press mentions

If you published a book with a transport and logistics background, where better to look for readers than the transport press? So I sent out a press release about Alternative Outcome to the relevant trade and business press.

And they’ve done me proud! A number of transport news websites seem to be picking up on the story, including those below.

No doubt the links will slide off the home pages of these web sites in due course, and disappear into a back corner of the sites in question. Still, they’ve given me my moment of glory!

Therefore can I say thank you to all editors who have recognised a cry for support from one of their own. Your goodwill is much appreciated.

I believe some of the above are also planning to run something in their print editions, including Freight Business Journal. That could be even more useful in the long run.

Here are the links to a few early mentions:

Freight Business Journal (FBJ)

Haulage Today

HGV UK

HGV Ireland

Industry Today

 

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