Tuesday 12th Nov 2019 - Logistics Manager Magazine

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Driving changes for visibility

TDG have recently announced its decision to select Asta Teamplan to help manage its IT projects throughout the TDG group.

New head office for supplier

LSC Group has relocated its headquarters to Fradley Park, the 300-acre distribution, warehouse and office centre on the A38 near Lichfield being developed by Evans Property Group.

Council’s green light for redeveloping Eurocentral

A £300M masterplan to redevelop 650-acre business park Eurocentral has been approved by North Lanarkshire Council. Eurocentral is one of Scotland's largest business parks and the masterplan will see the creation of a new mixed-use 140,500sq m development,

CP opts for palletiser robots

FKI Logistex is providing Robotic Palletisers to Cereal Partners for use in the company's redeveloped Bromborough facility.

Silence over suppliers

Debenhams has declined to comment on reports that it is forcing some suppliers to wait 120 days to be paid for goods. The Telegraph claimed that the retailer had introduced new payment terms for a small number of firms in a move that has angered su

Distribution not affected by shake-up

Argos the multi-channel catalogue chain is set to shake-up the way it organises its 604 consumer outlets., but says the shake-up will not affect its the distribution section.

FWM buys powerful software

Contemporary fashion brand Fenn Wright Manson has invested in a new, powerful retail management solution, featuring Epson's touch screen intelligent register and Genesis 2000 software.

Kemsley Field Business site sold to joint venture

European logistics developer Gazeley, in joint venture with Standard Life Investments, has bought 126-acres of Kemsley Fields Business Park in Sittingbourne, Kent from Kemsley Fields, for £20M.

P&G in DC expansion

Construction work has started on the South-east phase of the largest logistics project that Procter & Gamble (P&G) has ever undertaken in Western Europe - the expansion of its distribution centre in Thurrock, which will create 30 new jobs when completed i

Safe and sure shipping

Pitney Bowes has released version 2.0 of its web-based Global Shipping Application (GSA).