Friday 20th Sep 2019 - Logistics Manager Magazine

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Winner: Computacenter AG

Computacenter is a familiar name in the ESCE Awards, their UK operation having reached the finals in previous years. This time, however, it was the company’s German Logistics and Service Centre at Kerpen that was under the microscope.

Waitrose turns the tables!

British Turntable has supplied a second 15m diameter HGV access turntable to supermarket chain Waitrose, creating an efficient loading and unloading operation at the company's new store in Wallingford, Oxfordshire. The contract follows the success of the

Excess packaging removed from the supply chain

Boots is to reveal the results of a year-long project to revolutionise its shelf filling processes. The project is expected to save the company £80M in efficiency savings.

FTA warns of ‘unclear’ legislation

The Freight Transport Association (FTA) is warning lorry operators that the legislative process governing the introduction of digital tachographs continues to remain unclear and that orders for new vehicles must clearly specify requirements

Aspective converge GPS and WFM system

Aspective, the Field Workforce Automation solutions provider, have announced the launch of a new system for field service organisations.

Asda man to head Phones 4U

Phones 4U has appointed David Downie as managing director to oversee the addition of 100 new stores, taking the chain's retail presence to 453.

BSH distribution shed gets underway

Atlas Ward Structures is working on a distribution scheme in Kettering for main contractor Winvic Construction and pan-European developer ProLogis. The ultimate client is Bosch Siemens Homeware.

Winner: Rexam Beverage Can Europe

There were three finalists in this category, but the judges also chose to consider the sole finalist in the otherwise week Process Industries category here.

Famous Pacific partner marks year of successful operations

Consolidated Shipping Group (CSS), Famous Pacific Shipping's partner in the UAE, has marked its first year of operations at its new supply chain and logistics facility in the Jebel Ali Free Zone. Set up in 2004, the facility commenced operations in June 2

P&G trials GPRS tracking

Procter & Gamble is trialling in the London area GPRS in the cabs so that it knows exactly the trucks are.