Wednesday 20th Nov 2019 - Logistics Manager Magazine

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Double-shifting key

TDG European Chemicals UK has been contracted by BOC to distribute the industrial gases and associated products supplier's bulk hydrocarbon blends in the UK.

No room at Quadrant

Mill Transport and 4L's Packaging have both taken space at Quadrant, the 13,764sq m industrial park and the biggest speculatively developed warehouse scheme in the Doncaster area so far, industrial specialist Gent Visick has announced.

Flexible service crucial

DePuy UK, a leading provider of orthopaedic equipment and member of the Johnson & Johnson Group, has extended its relationship with Target Express.

Major new logistics network launches in Spain

Road hauliers in Spain and Portugal are being invited to join one of the first express distribution networks in the region for the delivery of small consignments of freight carried on pallets. The network id being launched by Palletways, which already has

RFID eliminates perishables going to waste

Roughly 10% of all perishable goods - fresh produce and other food products - goes to waste before consumers buy it, according to Agrotechnology & Food Innovations (A&F).

All fired up

A joint effort by Hi-Lo Storage Systems and Kingstonian Storage Equipment has enabled Bartoline, a manufacturer and packer of solvents, adhesives, fillers and preservatives; to get back up and running after a fire destroyed its factory in East Yorkshire.

Thamesport strengthens European links

Thamesport London has welcomed the decision by X-Press Container Line (UK) to introduce a third service at the Medway port. The specialist feeder operator will provide a weekly service to Dublin, which strengthens the port's links with other European mark

Croydon park in demand

Slough Estates has let units 7 and 8, Commerce Park, Croydon to distribution company Valvai Holdings. The company has taken 1,972sq m on a 15-year lease at £91 per sq m. Six further units remain available ranging from 938sq m to 2,536sq m.

Relays move into removals

To capitalise on the potential for increased furniture sales, the PDSA has taken its first Luton-bodied vehicle and placed an order for two more. The vehicles, Citroen Relays with bodies built by Aire Truck Bodies, are handling donor collections and deliv

OFT accused of “ignoring” supplier financial stress

The Office of Fair Trading is ignoring the fact that food suppliers are going bust directly as a result of supermarket behaviour, according to Duncan Swift, head of Grant Thornton's Food & Agribusiness Recovery group.