Friday 21st Oct 2016 - Logistics Manager

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CMS wins contract with Time Inc

Mailroom outsourcing and timed delivery business CMS has won a contract with Time Inc to manage four onsite mailrooms, from Hampshire to London including: staffing, inbound and outbound mail, and courier services.

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Delivery Group expands with P2P merger

International e-commerce logistics operator P2P has become part of The Delivery Group to create a £200 million mail and express business.

UPS delivery service reaches 2 million European members

UPS expands early morning delivery service

UPS has expanded its early morning delivery service reach in 25 countries, including: the UK, Canada, China and India. The service will now be available in 3,000 additional UK postcodes, and 2,000 in Canada.

DHL expands Airfreight Plus network to Russia and CIS region

DHL opens €230m Leipzig sorting centre

DHL has opened a new sorting centre at its express hub in Leipzig, Germany as part of a €230million investment into the expansion of the site. The facility includes fully automated sorting for heavier shipments.

DHL provides logistical support and extends humanitarian aid to tsunami-hit

DHL sends disaster response team to Haiti

Deutsche Post DHL Group is to send a disaster response team to Haiti to deliver support after hurricane ‘Matthew’. The team will coordinate and prepare inbound aid for its onward journey to locations impacted by the hurricane.

UPS delivery service reaches 2 million European members

UPS to hire 1,300 temps for Christmas

UPS UK is to hire 1,300 temporary full and part-time staff over the November to January 2017 period to help handle the expected growth in package volume.

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Royal Mail buys US parcel carrier

Royal Mail’s international business General Logistics Systems (GLS) has moved into the United States for the first time, acquiring next-day parcel delivery company Golden State Overnight Delivery Service (GSO) for £70 million.