Saturday 15th Jun 2019 - Logistics Manager Magazine

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Trailer configuration gives greater capacity

Irish company Petroleum Distributors is using two new petroleum semi-trailers, from Heil Trailer International, which each feature six compartments all with the equal capacity of 7,000 litres.

IT Update

G-Log-, a leading provider of global logistics and transport software, has launched version 4.5 of its Global Command and Control CenterT (GC3T) software. Having collaborated with customers to evaluate which areas of new functionality would add the grea

Winner: Dell (2)

In recent years the Hi-tech sector has tended to set the standard. This season saw five very different finalists on the shortlist – Chloride Power (jointly with CPG Logistics), Dell, Rockwell Automation, Swisscom Mobile and Computacenter (both the latter

Refurbished warehouse planned

St Modwen Developments is to develop 2,790sq m of industrial space as well as refurbish a 3,255sq m high-bay warehouse on the Houndstone Business Park at Yeovil, Somerset. This new accommodation and warehouse will be available to let or for purchas

IT Update (2)

Convenience retailer the Co-operative Group (CWS) has selected Manhattan Associates' Integrated Logistics Solution for Retail to help automate and improve its supply chain of the future. The Co-op's selection of Manhattan's trading partner management,

IN BRIEF

Samsung Electro-Mechanics Corporation (SEM) has deployed i2 Technologies' Supply Chain Management (SCM) to improve supply chain visibility. At the same time Samsung has implemented i2's solutions in three of its divisions: Multi-Layered Ceramic Cap

Latest tractors to enhance efficiency

Thamesport (London) is using seven new Terberg terminal tractors, from UK dealer Transtec Equipment, in addition to the four that arrived at the port in May. A further eight are due for delivery to the Medway facility in March 2005, completing the

Staying on top

The five Rs of marketing are described as "having the right products, in the right place at the right time in the right quantity and at the right price". Recently a large public company was in the spotlight for doing exactly the opposite - headlines in

Winner: Rexam Beverage Can Europe

This category produced probably the most closely fought contest among the sector categories and included – Ducati Motor Holdings of Bolgna, Italy, Lafarge Nida Gips (partly French-owned but located in Poland), Philips Lighting in Eindhoeven, the Netherlan

Unit upgrading starts at Trafford Park

Following its £101.05M purchase of 250,830sq m of properties at Trafford Park earlier this year, Brixton plc has begun a refurbishment programme of 20 units on the park.