Saturday 25th May 2019 - Logistics Manager Magazine

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Agility rejects US charges

Agility pleaded not guilty to charges that it defrauded the US government when the case came to court in Atlanta, Georgia earlier this week

Military logisticians need proper support

Sua Tela Tonanti - the motto of the Royal Army Ordnance Corps, now part of the Royal Logistics Corps, is generally translated as "To the warrior his arms".

Dutch Military signs Aramex deal

The Dutch Ministry of Defence has signed a two-year contract with Aramex to provide ground transport services across Europe.

Rocket science

Missile manufacturer MBDA has taken delivery of five canister rotation units (CRUs) from Stanley Handling for use in the loading of Seawolf missiles onto the Royal Navy's Type 23 frigates.

MoD signs contract with CitySprint

The Ministry of Defence has signed a two-year deal with CitySprint, worth some £2 million per year, with the opportunity to extend for a further two years.

Wincanton’s military win

Wincanton, has won the distribution contract for bulk loads of aviation products and diesel fuels to various RAF stations, warships and Ministry of Defence sites in the UK.

Military challenge to logistics suppliers

Logistics suppliers are being challenged to provide innovative solution for the British military and its suppliers in the run up to this year's DVD event at Millbrook on 28 to 29 June.

Combating the inefficiencies

During the Cold War, Britain's Armed Forces were largely in static defence locations and with a few exceptions (Cyprus, Hong Kong) based mainly in the UK and West Germany.