Monday 25th May 2020 - Logistics Manager Magazine

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Online acquires Mike Beer Transport

Online Roadways, the transport and logistics division of Pass J Holdings based in Essex, has acquired Mike Beer Transport. The acquisition now gives Online Roadways a 220 strong fleet, which ranges from sprinters to 44 tonnes.

Celsius Portbury business goes to Innovate

Innovate Logistics has bought the business of Celsius First that relates to the Portbury site near Bristol from PricewaterhouseCoopers, the administrators of Celsius First.

Asda freshens up its TruckLOG contract

Asda has renewed its contract with TruckLOG's manufacturer, Davis Derby. Davis has been supplying the TruckLOG access control modules and fleet management systems to Asda, since 1998.

£75M win for DHL Exel

DHL Exel Supply Chain has won a £75m, five-year contract with Canon (UK). DHL Exel will manage Canon's UK logistics operations including;

Beating the big boys

Managing change in a retail supply chain is a problem that many retail supply chain directors have to face at some point, but few will experience the challenge of combining two supply chains into one.

Seven acquires Calver

Seven, the privately-owned logistics support services group based in Ipswich, has acquired H J Calver Ltd, the Felixstowe based container transporter, for an undisclosed sum.

MD partnership

Management Dynamics has announced that it has formed a partnership with ILM Technologies, to offer a range of online business and trading services to manufacturers and exporters.

Forklift industry mourns

The materials handling world was saddened by the passing of industry stalwart Bill Phipps, who died peacefully on Sunday 26 March.

Correction

There was an error in the article "Yearsley buys Celsius depots" on page 5 of the May 2006 edition of Logistics Manager relating to the cold store at Hams Hall.