Tuesday 18th Dec 2018 - Logistics Manager Magazine

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Yale offers two pallet truck options

Yale has unveiled two new options for its pedestrian power pallet truck range: a precision control tiller head, and noise reduction options designed to allow the trucks to be used in a wider range of applications, particularly in the food, beverage, and retail industries.

Maritime Blockchain labs forms new consortium

Maritime Blockchain Labs has formed a new consortium with MMBL, Maersk, Heidmar, PTC Holdings Corp., Mission to Seafarers, C-LOG, Navozyme, Hanseaticsoft and others to pilot a blockchain-based seafarer certification system.

Botched Brexit: business mustn’t carry the can, says FTA

The Freight Transport Association has warned that business should not be left to carry the can for a botched Brexit process, in the wake of the news that prime minister Theresa May will face a vote of no confidence tonight.

Christmas set to break records for grocers

Christmas grocery spending is expected to break records – despite the fact that market is now growing at it’s slowest rate since March 2017, two per cent, according to Kantar Worldpanel.

Urban delivery project wins German government award

Dachser has won a German government award for an urban delivery project in Stuttgart, which, the company says, reduces CO2 emissions per shipment by 24 per cent, particulates emissions by 32 per cent, and nitrogen oxide emissions by 26 per cent.

British lorry drivers gain 12lbs a year

A new survey suggests that lorry drivers who don’t have an active personal life gain on average 12lbs a year by consuming almost 4,000 calories a day in snacks, junk food and fizzy drinks, while out on the road.

Daimler to invest €20bn in battery cells

Daimler has set out plans to buy €20 billion of battery cells saying: “We are systematically pushing forward with the transformation into the electric future of our company.”