Tuesday 20th Aug 2019 - Logistics Manager Magazine

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Chain of change for motor industry

Let’s, for one moment, leave aside the row over the £80m EU loan to Ford to boost Transit production in non-EU Turkey - while it closes its Southampton plant. It’s an embarrassment for chancellor George Osborne, but

Automotive sector drive warehouse take-up

According to DTZ’s Property Times UK Industrial Q2 2012 report, which covers the market for properties over 50,000 sq ft., take-up of industrial space rebounded in Q2 to 8.1 million sq ft

DHL opens automotive centre in Brazil

DHL Global Forwarding has opened a new Automotive Competence Centre in São Paulo, Brazil, to handle some 2,000 shipments each month

Midlands automotive facility for Yusen

Yusen Logistics is opening a specialist automotive operation at its 81,000 sq ft Tamworth facility, to serve nearby automotive manufacturers

Finance shortage constrains automotive supply chain growth

The growth of automotive supply chain companies is being constrained by restricted access to finance according to a new report published today by the Smith Institute, commissioned by the Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders

The next best place to source components

Is the Far East still the best place to source components? It’s the commonly accepted wisdom, but it is now being challenged in the UK by the Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders