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3PLs set to benefit from logistics outsourcing

Davies Turner Air Cargo has been accredited under a new scheme aimed at tackling air freight crime at London's Heathrow Airport. Accreditation followed a vigorous inspection of the company's security regime by the Chief Accreditation and Crime Prev

Innovative flexibility key

High street fashion retailer New Look has contracted DTS Logistics to manage its new 37,200sq m automated national distribution centre at Newcastle-under-Lyme, which is expected to start operating in Autumn 2005.

Lack of RFID understanding hinders adoption

A perceived lack of standards and an unrealistic understanding of cost implications are still hindering the adoption of radio frequency identification (RFID) technology among many UK organisations, delegates attending last month's Softworld Supply Chain

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An operational site is available near J5 of the M6 in the West Midlands. Hayward Industrial Estate is located in Orton Way Castle Bromwich, within striking distance of Birmingham City Centre and Birmingham International airport, providing a central

Secondary packaging costs reduced

Imaje's new 4040 outer case coder combines high-resolution piezo inkjet technology with very dark oil-based inks to create high definition coding for porous surfaces. With the ability to print high quality text, complex graphics and barcodes (with

RFID tagging prioritises hardware repairs

Psion Teklogix, the mobile computing, wireless data collection and RFID technologies specialist, is now offering same-day and three-day turnaround on repairs.

Pick and pack included in contract upgrade

ebookers UK Group, an independent travel specialist, has extended its contract with distribution business Meachers Group Holdings to include a complete logistics package incorporating warehousing, pick and pack, despatch and transport. The d

Training top of the agenda at FLTA conference

Health and safety issues as well as operator training will be the main topics covered at the Fork Lift Truck Association's (FLTA) National Fork Lift Safety Conference, which is being held on June 29 at Warwick University's Arts Centre.

Trentham Lakes site sees fast take-up

Stoke-on-Trent Regeneration, the joint venture vehicle of St Modwen Properties and Stoke City Council, has made two significant planning applications for buildings on its 400-acre Trentham Lakes development.