Wednesday 27th May 2020 - Logistics Manager Magazine

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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.

Making time for drivers

From May this year, all UK lorry drivers will be obliged to work on Universal Time Co-ordinated (UTC), when the new EU digital tachograph regulations come into force.

New VNA truck from Hyster

Hyster has launched a new VNA turret truck - the C-Series. It is designed to work in demanding operations with minimal operating clearances, the C-Series can be tailored to suit a vast array of applications and tasks; from pallet put-aways,

On the Move

Pat Lally, formerly operations development director for Allied Bakeries, has joined TDG Contract Logistics as operations director. He has had 25 years experience in the food distribution industry.

Next month in logistics manager

Storage & rackingLatest developments in the storage and racking systems with case studies highlighting trends in the industry. Top logistics providersThe plethora of takeovers and mergers have changed the shape of the UK third party logistics provider market over the past year. This feature will look at the winners and losers Intermodal operationsThe advent of […]

Ken Abram Closes

Ken Abram has closed its doors after 44 years owing to increasingly difficult trading conditions and the loss of key contracts.