Tuesday 16th Oct 2018 - Logistics Manager Magazine

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First Tigers for Ryder

Ryder has taken delivery of its first trailers from Tiger – 15 curtainsiders which will go out on contract to Woodland Group.

Transport is more than a commodity – DHL report

Four out five businesses are willing to pay more for better and value-added services as long as they provide a measurable return on their investment, according to a study by DHL Supply Chain.

CEVA rejects takeover bid from DSV

CEVA Logistics has rejected a takeover bid from DSV, saying the CHF27.75 per share offer significantly undervalues the business.

Oakland International invests £2.8m in high-bay

Oakland International is to invest around £2.8m in a high-bay extension at its Corby facility to deliver a multi temperature proposition to the market for chilled, frozen and ambient storage.

PSP sells minority stake in Forth Ports

Canada’s Public Sector Pension Investment Board, which bought out its co-shareholder in Forth Ports last week, has now sold a minority stake in the business to a number of long term investors including GLIL Infrastructure, First State Super, and Construction and Building Unions Superannuation.

Uniqlo owner forms partnership with Daifuku

Fast Retailing, the company behind fashion brand Uniqlo, has formed a partnership with Daifuku aimed at establishing comprehensive logistics services over the medium to long term.