Monday 20th Jan 2020 - Logistics Manager Magazine

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Awards now open for entries

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

£2.5m defence deal for Briggs

Defence and infrastructure contractor Landmarc Support Services has awarded a five-year, £2.5 million contract to Briggs DLS (the defence branch of Briggs Equipment).

When the going gets tough…

A tyre blowout is never good. But, imagine your blowout is due to your truck being shot at in enemy territory while vital chilled medicines are slowly warming in the trailer. Welcome to the world of extreme logistics. Lisa Townshend reports.

BAE chooses Wincanton for with MAI deal

BAE Systems has chosen Wincanton to provide logistics for its Military Air and Information (MAI) operations, including goods management and inspection, storage and packing, and transport services at two MAI sites.

Army picks TVS to manage tank spares

The Defence Support Group (DSG) has awarded TVS Supply Chain Solutions two contracts, worth £4.2m, to provide spare parts for armoured fighting vehicles and DSG workshop spares for the next two years.

Royal Logistics Corps launches Foundation

The Royal Logistics Corps has launched the RLC Foundation to engage with professional organisations and academia outside the army, exchanged ideas and co-ordinate “thought leadership” in military logistics. Richard Castell has been appointed director of the Foundation.

Extreme trophy up for grabs

Disaster response, aid provision and military support, all require able-bodied providers to supply their logistics needs. Do you have what it takes to not only work in these environs, but to win the European Supply Chain Excellence Award for Extreme Logistics?