Last updated: May 5, 2022
The members that make up our logistics sector keep our country moving. Community are the union for logistics workers and are recognised at leading logistics companies including XPO, GXO, the AA and Whistl, representing driving and non-driving staff in the sector.
We also represent self-employed and contract workers in the sector.
Our specialist logistics officers, trained representatives and regional teams are all dedicated to fighting for you and your sector. Common issues we represent our logistics members for includes driver regulation, long hours, incentives and terms and conditions.
We negotiate for better pay as well as terms and conditions for our members in the sector to reflect the importance of your work.
We have also secured extra financial support and peace of mind for our drivers, ended zero hours contracts and helped our members achieve a living wage.
We also have a logistics sector steering committee who are working together to tackle the issues faced by the workforce. You can learn more about them here.
As a member of Community, you not only have bespoke advice and representation for the logistics sector in your corner, you also get access to training and development opportunities, exclusive discounts and offers, legal and financial support for when times get tough and much more.
Find out more about Community and our membership benefits here.
What does it cost?
Whatever your income or the support you need, our rates will work for you and start from just £5.07 per month. You can find our full list of subscriptions here.
We’re fighting for a better working world, and we want you to join us.
Have a question or want more information? Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call us on 0800 389 6332.
“I joined Community for peace of mind and support in the workplace, and I haven't regretted it once. As well as access to their member service centre and discounts, they also offer their logistics members insurance, including if you lose your license as a result of injury, illness or disability. It feels so great to be part of a union that understands how our sector works. ”