Thursday 9th Apr 2020 - Logistics Manager Magazine

Viewing all News articles


TNT Annual Meeting Intra-China Distribution 2006. Logistics 9th Logistics and Distribution ForumRadisson SAS Hotel, Commercial Vehicle ShowBirmingham Optimising Supply Chain Management for FMCG. ConferenceLondon TDG annual meeting Movint-ExpoLogistica: materials handling exhibitionBologna, Deutsche Post Annual General Meeting Deutsche Post Q1 2006: Publication of interim report as of March 31, 2006 Logistics Manager […]

Developer speculates on Telford shed

As part of its £400 million investment and development programme, Wrenbridge has acquired its first building in Telford, a 6,503 sq m (70,000 sq ft) distribution facility on Stafford Park 7.

Foreign lorry drivers to face up to fines

The FTA has welcomed the proposals in the Road Safety Bill which will mean that foreign drivers caught in breach of endorsable offences will be obliged to pay an immediate deposit equal to the likely fine.

XCL launches XlogiX

A new integrated management system, that is specially designed to create real time factory and logistics control for the manufacturers, has been developed by XCL.

HelioSlough gets Chorley

HelioSlough, the joint venture between Helios Properties and Slough Estates, has secured a 30ha (75-acre) former BAe Systems site in Chorley,

Gladman plans Runcorn warehouse

Gladman Developments plans to build a 375,000 sq ft speculative warehouse near Runcorn. It has acquired a 20.74 acre site from English Partnerships at Manor Park on the A558, close to Junction 11 of the M56.

SSI Schaefer finalises fit-out

SSI Schaefer has finalised the complete fit-out of a fully integrated, operating warehouse in Rushden, Northamptonshire, which will be run by Exel on behalf of publisher Harcourt Education.

Telematics for SMEs

Cybit has launched Fleetstar-AVL - an internet-based fleet and asset management system aimed at small and medium sized businesses costing less than £1 per vehicle per day.

Developer plans West Midlands giant

Evans of Leeds is planning the West Midlands' largest distribution warehouse in a £91m expansion of Fradley Park. Estates director David Helliwell said the company is planning a 950,000 sq ft "supershed",

Big beasts battle it out

Money counts in the international express business - increasingly only the big networks with the big networks with the big volumes have the economies of scale to compete effectively, while domestically margins are under pressure. We look at the implicatio