Monday 19th Aug 2019 - Logistics Manager Magazine

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Still’s innovative offerings

The EXU low-lift pallet truck and the RX 20 counterbalance electric forklift unit are the latest offerings from Still.

One-stop-shop logistics offering

Panasonic is using Business Post Group's (BPG) Integrated Logistics Solutions (ILS) to design and implement a bespoke and adaptable logistics solution which combines several of BPG's individual product offerings.

3PL invests millions in recycling plant

Leading European supply chain company, Wincanton, has invested £4M in the first state-of-the-art WEEE recycling plant in the UK. Capable of processing up to 75,000 tonnes per year, the equivalent of 826,500 washing machines, 67 million kettles, or

Keeping cool with Logger

Thermo King and Cold Chain Instruments have jointly developed a new range of temperature recorders which is available exclusively through the Thermo King dealer network. The family of products, known as TKDL (Thermo King Data Logger), is based on the indu

IT Update

The fifth version of G-Log's Global Command and Control CenterT (GC3T) adds 60-plus new or enhanced features to the GC3 system. Whilst the GC3 platform supports a global logistics network, intelligently monitoring, analysing and optimising a broad range

Door-to-door cold chain reaches new heights

Panalpina has signed a global agreement with Envirotainer to provide temperature-controlled air cargo containers for its new cold chain management solutions for the healthcare industry.

Getting the message!

Peter Surtees, director of KCE Consumer Logistics, part of Kimberley Clark Europe, manufacturer of international consumer branded disposables such as Andrex and Kleenex, stresses that the supply chain "is strategic to deliver customer promises". He says t

TAKEOVER CREATES LOGISTICS FORCE

Innov@te Logistics has bought all of the shares in Phil Hanley, the temperature-controlled transport, storage and distribution business with locations in Newark, Grantham, Leeds, Ashford in Kent and Westbury in Wiltshire.

Branding is key

When Littlewoods merged with Shop Direct, PIPC started working on a back-end IT integration that has turned the traditional principles of integration on their head by maintaining 20 top brands, including Kays, Great Universal and LX Direct catalogues.