Thursday 20th Feb 2020 - Logistics Manager Magazine

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Asda extends Sustain & Save programme

Asda has extended its Sustain & Exchange programme, which provides suppliers with a free online tool and workshops to improve resource efficiency. The programme will target collective savings and investments of £50million by 2020.

Suttons to exit British Sugar contract

Suttons Tankers says it will not seek to renew its current contract for the supply of bulk sugar products with British Sugar when the current contract expires later this year.

NFT opens Tilbury site

NFT has officially opened its London Logistics Facility at the Port of Tilbury.

Awards now open for entries

 The 20th Anniversary Supply Chain Excellence Awards, organised by Logistics & Supply Chain magazine, are now open for entries.

Unilever picks K+N for Lipton contract

Unilever has awarded a contract to Kuehne + Nagel for the storage and order fulfilment of its recently introduced tea-brewing machine launched under the brand of T.O by Lipton.

London food chain risks failure, says UKWA

London’s food supply chain is at risk of failure, the UK Warehousing Association has warned. It has published a report entitled “Feeding London 2030” which explores issues impacting the food logistics industry.

How Diageo synchronises its supply chain with the consumer

Drinks giant Diageo is focused on synchronising its supply chain with the demands of its customers, and Adam Smith explained how it was achieving this on the second day of the Logistics and Supply Chain Conference in London.