Friday 20th Sep 2019 - Logistics Manager Magazine

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VDL Nedcar expands contract with Imperial Logistics

Dutch carmaker VDL Nedcar has expanded its contract with Imperial Logistics increasing the traffic between the factory at Born in the Netherland and southern England as well as adding round trips between Born and south west Germany.

Guide Dogs takes 40 specially adapted Peugeot vans

Guide Dogs is embarking on a programme to replace the vehicles it uses to transport its dogs with specially-adapted, multi-purpose Peugeot vans by 2022 and is to add 40 Peugeot Partner Crew Vans later this year.

Daimler Trucks invests €500m in automated driving

Daimler Trucks has created a global organisation for automated driving to bring together its worldwide expertise and activities with the aim of putting highly automated trucks on the road within a decade.

Vehicle production plummets in April

Production of commercial vehicles fell by 71 per cent in April, while car manufacturing was down 45 per cent as a result of Brexit shutdowns in the motor industry, figures from the Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders have revealed.

Ford explores robot delivery

Ford is working with Agility Robotics to explore the use of robots to make the final delivery from a self driving vehicle.

Automotive logistics market to top $472bn by 2025

The automotive logistics market will increase from $284.1 billion in 2018 to $472.9 billion by 2025 as a result of growing vehicle production, which increases the demand for raw materials and components, according to a new study.