Wednesday 21st Mar 2018 - Logistics Manager

20pc of carriageways are almost unusable

20 per cent of carriageways in England and Wales are five years away from being unusable, according to research by Asphalt Industry Alliance. 

Lawsons adds gas-powered truck to fleet

Lawsons has taken delivery of its first natural gas-powered heavy truck from IVECO. The building materials merchants will add the 26-tonne Stralis NP to its 90-strong fleet.

March edition is out now

The March 2018 edition of Logistics Manager is now out in print, online and for iPad and Android

Maersk rearranges finance and IT

Maersk is changing the areas of finance, transformation, IT and digital from one function into two. The first will be a fully focussed finance function, and the second is focuses on IT, strategy, digital and transformation.

P&O opens warehouse at Liverpool Port

P&O Ferrymasters has opened a warehouse at Liverpool Port. The new facility will be for cross docking operations and to feed its connection with P&O Ferries’ Liverpool-Dublin sailings.

Supply chain project boosts ambulance availability

There can be few operations more critical than the ambulance service – maximising the availability of ambulances and crews is vital. London Ambulance achievement in boosting availability was explained by Justin Wand, deputy director – fleet and logistics in the opening session of the Supply Chain Conference in London this morning.