Saturday 21st Oct 2017 - Logistics Manager

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Federal-Mogul picks K+N to run Budapest DC

Federal-Mogul Motorparts has agreed to a multi-year contract with Kuehne + Nagel to operate its new automotive replacement parts distribution centre near Budapest, Hungary.

DHL and Huawei launch IoT application

DHL Supply Chain has partnered with Huawei Technologies to launch a Narrowband Internet of Things application at an automotive site in Liuzhou, China. The application has been designed to facilitate and streamline yard management for inbound-to-manufacturing logistics.

BMW picks DHL to manage vehicle distribution centre

BMW Group has awarded Inside Track, DHL Supply Chain’s specialist automotive business, a three-year contract to manage its vehicle distribution centre in the UK and manage its vehicle preparation and refurbishment services at Thorne, Doncaster.

DHL trials car boot deliveries with Volkswagen

DHL is trialling a system for delivering parcels to the boots of Volkswagen Polo in a joint project with VW, which is deploying 50 cars fitted with the required equipment.

Mercedes starts 3D printing for metal parts

Mercedes-Benz Trucks has started using 3D printing to make certain metal components for older models of its trucks. A thermostat cover was the first 3D printed metal part to pass the company’s quality assurance process.

Castrol picks DHL for Nexcel supply chain

Castrol, the BP-owned lubricants specialist, has chosen DHL Supply Chain to develop the supply chain for its new cellular oil system technology Nexcel, together with the global brand of industrial and automotive lubricants.