Tuesday 13th Nov 2018 - Logistics Manager Magazine

Army trials robots for last mile resupply

British troops is starting tests of more than 70 examples of futuristic technology including surveillance drones and unmanned vehicles on Salisbury Plain. One of the key areas is autonomous last mile resupply.

Cargo thefts rise to £14m in second quarter

Companies lost an estimated £14 million as a result of cargo theft on UK roads between April and June – up by £1m from the previous quarter despite a fall in the overall number of incidents from 454 in Q1 to 386.

November issue out now

The November 2018 issue of Logistics Manager is out now online as well as for the iPad and Android.

Speculative warehouse take-up highest in six years

The amount of speculative warehousing space hit 1.8 million sq ft the highest amount taken up in a single quarter since 2012according to Cushman & Wakefield’s latest property research.

Profits rise at Agility

Agility increased its EBITDA 16.9 per cent to KD 114 million (£291m), for the first nine months while revenue was up 12.7 per cent at KD 1.2 billion (£2.9bn).