Tuesday 22nd Aug 2017 - Logistics Manager

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Global labour shortage could worsen

The shortage of logistics-related labour is a global problem that will either remain the same or worsen over the next five years, according to a new survey by The World Bank, which calls for a major expansion of training and skills development initiatives in developing countries.

AkzoNobel promotes supply chain chief

AkzoNobel has promoted David Allen, its integrated supply chain leader, to its executive committee as part of a restructuring of the top management of the business.

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DSV customer service role

DSV has appointed Kelly Dennis to head its customer service team which is based in Purfleet.

Aston to offer Novus degree

Aston University is to offer Novus degrees in Business and Supply Chain Management from September – the first expansion of the scheme since it was launched with the University of Huddersfield four years ago.

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Warehouse workers pay rises 3.3pc

Wages for warehouse workers have risen by 3.3 per cent taking the annual average from £15,517 to £17,062, according to a Blue Arrow report.

Logistics misses out on skills cash

Businesses are “slow” to take advantage of the newly introduced Apprenticeship Levy, according to the Bis Henderson Academy.