Saturday 19th Aug 2017 - Logistics Manager

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Hermes opens £31m automated parcel hub

Hermes has opened its 270,000 sq ft purpose built automated parcel distribution hub in Rugby. The £31 million facility can handle over one million parcels daily


Ford & DHL unveil electric van

Deutsche Post DHL and Ford have unveiled the first of their jointly produced electric delivery vans in Cologne.


DX and Menzies abandon merger talks

DX and John Menzies have terminated talks on merging the DX business with the Menzies Distribution division, saying that it was not possible to agree suitable terms for the deal.

Peter Fuller, CEO of UK Mail.

New chief for UK Mail

Peter Fuller has been appointed chief executive of UK Mail, taking over from Peter Kane.

PrismDM w340

Whistl targets e-fulfilment with Prism DM buy

Whistl has invested in Prism DM, which offers a range of e-fulfilment services including B2C pick, pack and despatch, reverse logistics, cross dock and break bulk shipments and B2B distribution for wholesale and retail.

MyHermes launches summer sale

Delivery company myHermes is cutting parcel prices by up to 40 per cent in a sale targeting SME retailers, internet power sellers and consumers.

TNT cyber attack still paralysing small companies

The Federation of Small Businesses has warned that last month’s cyber attack on TNT is still hurting some small firms who remain in the dark over when and if they can expect their goods to be delivered.


Profits rise at UPS

Revenue rose 7.7 per cent to 15.8bn at UPS in the second quarter while operating profit was up 8.7 per cent to $2.2 billion.

Nick Wells, CEO of Whistl, greeting local 
councillor Cliff Morris.

Whistl opens super depot

Whistl has opened a super depot in Bolton. The postal delivery company expects to generate 500 new jobs at the facility.