Thursday 21st Feb 2019 - Logistics Manager Magazine

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Sainsbury’s to trial zero-emission cooling for deliveries

Sainsbury’s and Asda vow to fight for merger

Sainsbury’s and Asda have vowed to continue pressing the case for their proposed merger despite a provisional finding by the Competition and Markets Authority that the merger could lead to a substantial lessening of competition.

58 Caddys for tea company

Newcastle-based tea company Ringtons has added 58 Volkswagen Caddy vans plus a Transporter and Crafter to its fleet.

Lidl starts work on £70m headquarters building

Lidl has started work on a £70m headquarters building in Tolworth which will have 250,000 sq ft of space to accommodate 800 employees when it is completed in two year’s time.

Ocado strives for future revenue growth

Ocado has released its preliminary 2018 results which show a 12 per cent increase in retail revenue, 15.8 per cent increase on solutions revenue and 12.3 per cent increase in group revenue.

AB InBev trials LNG deliveries

Budweiser, Stella Artois, Beck’s and Bud Light brewer AB InBev is to trial the use of liquefied natural gas (LNG) to make beer deliveries as it aims to meet its 2025 Sustainability Goals of reducing 25 per cent of CO2 emissions across the value chain.