Wednesday 27th May 2020 - Logistics Manager Magazine

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DTS Clipper wins George contract

DTS Clipper, has won a short-term contract with retail brand George, to distribute the Back to School ranges in Asda stores, George High Street and Asda Living stores.

Improving RFID in the real world

Texas Instruments has released a new white paper entitled "Maximising RFID performance on consumer cases and pallets".

Military challenge to logistics suppliers

Logistics suppliers are being challenged to provide innovative solution for the British military and its suppliers in the run up to this year's DVD event at Millbrook on 28 to 29 June.

Lane Group sale and leaseback

Lane Group, advised by Atisreal, has sold its distribution warehouse at Garanor Way, Royal Portbury Docks, Bristol to Westbury Property Fund for £3.95 million. It has leased back the 38,405 sq ft (3,568 sq m) property on a 20-year lease at a rent of £307,

Cert targets off-trade with drinks network

Cert has created the Cert drinks network as part of its plan to become the dominant provider of warehousing, transport and consolidated delivery services in the off-trade drinks sector.

Ikea rival plumps for Doncaster depot

Ilva, a Danish rival to Ikea, is opening a 60,385 sq m (650,000 sq ft) head office and warehouse depot to support its 20-store expansion in the UK.

Cash flows into warehousing

Investors have committed more than £40m to develop a 69,677 sq m (750,000 sq ft) warehouse in Doncaster, which has yet to secure an end user.

Sbh.uk wins £5.6m warehouse project

Sbh.uk is to project manage and act as quantity surveyors for a new 19,300 sq m (210,000 sq ft) warehouse and office complex on First Point, Burton-on-Trent, for Eden Park Developments. The scheme is due to be completed in June 2006.