Thursday 21st Mar 2019 - Logistics Manager Magazine

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Ceva launches automotive forum

Ceva Logistics, has launched an automotive forum to stimulate informed debate about the challenges facing automotive industries post-recession

Gateley to head TVS Automotive Europe

Chris Gateley has been appointed chief executive of TVS Automotive Europe following TVS’s takeover of Multipart at the end of last year.

CHEP steps up RFID in European automotive market

More than 150,000 containers are now travelling around Europe carrying an RFID tag, as a result of a project by CHEP in association with suppliers Microsoft, Infosys and RF Identics.

Shaping the future of the automotive supply chain

Vehicle manufactures operating in the West face significant challenges, with static markets, over-production, price competition and high labour rates creating an environment of slim margins for both OEMs and suppliers alike. The supply chain will play a p

Automotive firm pre-lets site

A new 6,503sq m facility on Centre 38, Barton-under-Needwood, near Burton-on-Trent, has been pre-let to one of the world's biggest automotive parts suppliers by Barton Business Park, a joint venture between St Modwen Properties and ProLogis.

Heavy investment in automotive logistics

The car industry may have been the driving force in logistics innovation in the past but a new report by Transport Intelligence indicates that the European automotive logistics market faces tougher times ahead. However this is unlikely to stop logi