Monday 21st Oct 2019 - Logistics Manager Magazine

Viewing all News articles

“Revolutionary” FLT planned for next spring

Linde Material Handling (UK) is planning three new product launches including a "revolutionary" design which will be previewed next Spring. The company's sales and marketing director, Stephen Moule, is saying little about the revolutionary product

Data collection made simpler

Datalogic has a new addition to its range of hand-held terminals. Called Formula Color, the mobile computer features a colour display as well as an intuitive user interface for professional (Wi-Fi) data collection in retail and manufacturing enviro

Drinks firm in eProcurement deal

Entec International has won a £15M, three-year contract with a leading worldwide drinks group covering the delivery of advanced global eProcurement and logistics solutions.

Speculative shed for Nuneaton

ProLogis is now on site at Bermuda Park, Nuneaton with a 28,180sq m speculative distribution warehouse.

IT Update

Delta Impact, strategic supply solutions provider to electronic manufacturers, has spent about £100,000 with ERP specialist CPiO for a Sage Line 500 upgrade. The three-year contract, which includes software, service and support, replaces Delta Impact's

Reduced freight costs lead to tender

Affimet, part of the Transformation division of Pechiney Group and specialist in aluminium recycling, has completed its first tender with procurement service provider Freight Traders.

Export documentation taken care of

Industrial products distributor Cromwell Group (Holdings) is using the Spatial Group to undertake a full export shipping department function, encompassing all aspects of international trade, including export documentation and documents

Stockport sites sold

GVA Grimley has negotiated the sale of units 10/11 and A - D Bramhall Industrial Estate in Stockport to private clients of David Rose for nearly £1.5M, reflecting a 7.43% NI yield. The property comprises 2,242sq m of modern industrial accommodation

IT Update (2)

A trial of a state-of-the-art wireless delivery system by one of the UK's fastest growing courier groups has paid off so handsomely that it now plans major investment in this technology for all of its 1,000 vehicles. Peterborough-based Klicka Couriers i