Thursday 9th Apr 2020 - Logistics Manager Magazine

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Bibby shed

The opening of Bibby's newly-completed 625,000 sq ft warehouse in Scunthorpe coincides with it winning a contract with convenience store group Nisa Today worth £200m.

Gen 2 from Printronix

Printronix has launched its first Gen 2 RFID printers with its SmartLine product families and introduces a six-inch RFID printer as well.

Green forklifts for Palletline

Palletline is investing around £360,000 over three years in 39 LPG powered Linde 39XH20T forklift trucks, with 33 going to the Birmingham hub and the remainder to Greenford.

New Frontier for Grange Park

Frontier Estates is rumoured to be close to buying the IKEA site at Grange Park, Northampton, for a sum believed to be around £600,000 per acre.

Working time flexibility critical

The flexibility provided by the Working Time Directive's "Periods of Availability" is key to the way that many companies have organised their lorry operations,

ProLogis wins two industry awards

ProLogis has won two industry awards. "Property Week" magazine and Germany's "Immobilien Zeitung" named ProLogis "European Industrial/Distribution/ Logistics Developer of the Year" for 2005 at the recent Expo Real conference in Munich.

Whopper deal at Doncaster

The whole of SladenAston's 650,000 sq ft refurbishment in Doncaster is under offer to a fashion retailer.

EU approves Exel takeover

The European Commission has cleared, under the EU merger regulation, the proposed acquisition of Exel by Deutsche Post.

UK feels rise in Eastern European traffic

According to figures released from the Department for Transport (DfT), the number of lorries from the EU states which joined the European Union in May 2004, have shown an enormous growth in journeys to the UK.