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A new website for the ‘new’ RHA

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The Road Haulage Association has launched a new website. www.rha.uk.net now sits on an all-new responsive platform optimising it for use on smart phones, tablets and desktops. Try it out on your mobile device today.

There is brand new information covering RHA events, how to sign up to the new RHA Messenger weekly e-newsletter, a new feature showing the RHA’s recent media coverage and new contact information for the RHA Business Unit teams.

The RHA’s director of marketing and communications, Peter Shakespeare says: “In this digital age, the hub around which all our other communication channels and information resources revolve is the RHA’s website. Our new website is a bigger, brighter shop window into the Association. The fully responsive site means the RHA will be able to deliver unprecedented levels of top quality information to members, non-members, the media and the industry.”

Check out the new features

Sign up to the RHA’s new weekly e-newsletter (RHA Messenger) launching 2 September.

https://www.rha.uk.net/contact-us/newsletter-sign-up

Learn what’s in store at our forthcoming events

https://www.rha.uk.net/events

Check out our latest press and media coverage

https://www.rha.uk.net/news/media-coverage

See all the new RHA business unit contacts

https://www.rha.uk.net/membership/member-benefits/rha-business-unit-teams

A new vision, improved direction and a new look are driving the RHA’s approach to the way it communicates. The new website is faster, fresher and more interactive and delivers a much more visitor friendly experience.

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