Monday 19th Aug 2019 - Logistics Manager Magazine

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CMA calls for comments on Amazon-Deliveroo deal

The Competition and Markets Authority is considering launching a full investigation into plans by Amazon to take a stake in Deliveroo, on the basis that it might result in a substantial lessening of competition.

Volvos go down the salt mine

Two Volvo FMX six-by-six rigids have gone into operation 460 metres under ground in a salt mine run by Irish Salt Mining & Exploration.

Cotswold Fayre picks Geodis

Wholesaler Cotswold Fayre has chosen Geodis to manage warehousing and distribution to retailers across the UK, in a move which chief executive Paul Hargreaves says will make its ambient distribution carbon neutral.

Consumers want more specialist food shops

Consumers was more specialist food shops in their local area, and fewer betting shops, according to research by the Association of Convenience Stores.

Waitrose extends ‘Unpacked’ test

Waitrose is to extend its “Unpacked” test in Oxford beyond the original end date of 18 August and will introduce elements of the concept into three more shops by the end of the year.

CEVA e-commerce service for iHerb

iHerb has chosen CEVA to provide air export services to Japan and Singapore from a newly opened logistics and distribution centre near Incheon Airport.