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Just two days to 3PL conference

Gist talks demand and inventory at 3PL conference

Can 3PLs plan demand and inventory better than the customer? That is the question Charles Pryce, head of demand and replenishment planning at Gist, will seek to answer at the upcoming 3PL conference.

Just two days to 3PL conference

Award winner Suzuki set for 3PL Conference

Suzuki GB with logistics partner Bespoke Distribution Aviation, fought off strong competition to win the 2015 European Supply Chain Excellence Award in the Automotive, Aerospace and Industrial category.

Renault awards XPO transport contract

XPO Logistics has been awarded a further contract for the organisation of Renault’s transport in western France. The logistics company is ‘providing a comprehensive solution for the coordination of transport flows’, as well as executing full and part load transport operations for Renault.

Door-Stop picks XPO for door delivery contract

XPO Logistics has won a multi-million pound three year contract with door manufacturer Door-Stop International. It will deliver products from its Nottingham site to customers across the UK.

Indigo wins Greene King contract

Greene King will implement Indigo’s warehouse management system with voice picking across its entire UK network of distribution centres. The pub retailer and brewer chose the system to enable larger volumes of product to be moved around securely.

Woodland wins second M&H contract

Woodland Logistics has won a second contract with M&H Plastics, part of the RPC Group. The original partnership began in July of last year – with Woodland operating from the plastic company’s Ellough site in Suffolk.

Tata sale challenge for logistics operation

The decision by Tata Steel to put its UK steel business up for sale means a challenging period for its logistics partners – including one of the most innovative fourth party logistics operations in the UK.