Friday 26th Apr 2019 - Logistics Manager Magazine

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DHL expands Airfreight Plus network to Russia and CIS region

Board changes at DHL Supply Chain

DHL Supply Chain has made a number of changes to its UK board of directors, which it says are part of a strategy to adapt to the rapidly changing commercial environment.

DSV to open pharma logistics site

DSV is to open a logistics facility in Ghent, Belgium, specifically aimed at catering to the rapidly changing healthcare industry in Europe.

DHL buys Columbian 3PL

DHL Supply Chain has acquired Columbian logistics provider Suppla Group, which provides warehousing and packaging services across life sciences and healthcare, retail, consumer, and technology sectors.

£300m procurement saving for NHS

The National Health Service has achieved £300 million procurement saving five months ahead of target, according to NHS Business Services Authority and NHS Supply Chain.

K+N extends strengthens pharma service in Europe

Kuehne + Nagel has extended its European overland cross dock platform in Contern, and integrated telematics data of its key providers – strengthening the company’s service for the pharmaceutical industry.

Challenges mount as e-sales boom

Retailers are increasingly dependent on e-commerce to drive growth, but this is creating its own problems. Alex Leonards looks at strategies being used to tackle the challenges ahead.

Profits rise at Kuehne + Nagel

Kuehne + Nagel increased its operating profit from CHF918 million in 2016 to CHF937m last year, while turnover rose from CHF20m to CHF22.2m.

Accenture unveils ‘disruptability index’

Industry disruption is already a reality for most large companies globally, according to a study by Accenture, which has come up with a “disruptability index” to help analyse the risks.