Tuesday 10th Dec 2019 - Logistics Manager Magazine

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Army to develop autonomous logistics vehicles

The army could soon be using autonomous logistics vehicles to deliver supplies to troops in war zones, under a £66 million project to fast-track military robotics projects.

Army trials robots for last mile resupply

British troops are starting tests of more than 70 examples of futuristic technology including surveillance drones and unmanned vehicles on Salisbury Plain. One of the key areas is autonomous last mile resupply.

MoD consultancy contract for TVS

TVS Supply Chain Solutions is to provide integrated logistics consultancy support through team Equinox to the UK Ministry of Defence for the recently awarded Defence Equipment & Support programme delivery partner contract.

Rolls Royce completes first phase of inbound logistics project

Aero engine manufacturer Rolls Royce has completed the first phase of a global inbound logistics project, which started last year when it brought in CEVA Logistics to design, implementation and management for domestic, regional and international shipment of aerospace parts.

Navy aircraft carriers all kitted out

Specialist division of Briggs Equipment Briggs Defence has undertaken a contract with the Defence Equipment and Support project team at the Ministry of Defence to equip Royal Navy’s flagship aircraft carrier HMS Queen Elizabeth and sister ship HMS Prince of Wales with specially modified materials handling equipment.

Supply Chain Award winners revealed

The winners of the 2016 Supply Chain Excellence Awards were revealed last night at a glittering ceremony in London, attended by supply chain leaders from right across Europe.