Saturday 21st Oct 2017 - Logistics Manager

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UPS increases UK sales by 9pc

UPS Ltd increased sales in the UK to £945 million last year from £869m in 2015, while operating profit was up from £59.4m to £62.3m.

KFC picks DHL and QSL for UK logistics

KFC has appointed DHL and QSL (Quick Service Logistics) to manage the supply and distribution of food products, packaging and consumables for more than 850 restaurants throughout the UK.

Tenens acquires Tesco warehouse

Howard Tenens has acquired the 282,000 sq ft Tesco warehouse on New House Farm Industrial Estate in Chepstow for an undisclosed price.

XPO chooses Michelin

XPO Logistics has chosen Michelin to provide a tailored tyre management service for about 80 per cent of its 17,000 strong European truck fleet.

StreetScooter to double e-vehicle production

StreetScooter, part of Deutsche Post DHL, is to expand e-vehicle production capacity by 10,000 units a year with construction of a 78,000 sqm factory at Düren. Production is due to start in the second quarter of 2018.

DHL calls for collaboration

Profits down 11 per cent at DHL Supply Chain in the UK

DHL Supply Chain’s UK operating profit fell by 11 per cent to £99.8 million for the year to 31st December 2016. In its annual results, the company said underlying business performance had been robust with underlying sales growth of four per cent.

SJ Bargh opens Longton transhipment site

SJ Bargh has officially opened its new transhipment site in Longton, Stoke on Trent, where it will consolidate its Endon and Ashbourne operations.