Friday 26th Apr 2019 - Logistics Manager Magazine

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Ocado signs CFC deal with Australian supermarket giant

Australian supermarket group Coles has signed a deal with Ocado for two customer fulfilment centres, one in Sydney and one in Melbourne. It will also use Ocado’s store pick software for its home delivery services in less populated areas.

Robot fleet for Northern Arizona University

Starship Technologies and Sodexo have introduced a robot fleet of 30 at Northern Arizona University with six campus restaurants to provide nearly 25,000 students and staff with on demand breakfast.

Reynolds takes first Econic low-entry artic

Fresh produce supplier Reynolds has taken delivery of the UK’s first low-entry Mercedes-Benz Econic tractor unit which will be used for multi-drop deliveries in London.

Cake Box buys two distribution centres

Cake Box, the specialist egg-free cake retailer, has bought two distribution centres – one in Bradford and one in Coventry for £1.4 million.

Aldi opens £50m DC

Aldi has opened a £50 million 60,000 sq m site distribution centre in Sheppey, Kent to serve nearly 60 stores and create 400 new jobs.

Carlsberg renews logistics contract with XPO

Carlsberg has renewed its UK contract with XPO which involves provision of integrated logistics for brewery production, warehousing and distribution of 400 million litres of beer.