Friday 19th Apr 2019 - Logistics Manager Magazine

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3PL wins £30m contract renewal

The Lloyd Fraser Group has won a £30 million, three-year contract renewal for the provision of transport services to Focus DIY.

Gov’t is hindering 3PL sector, says UKWA

The government’s decision to scrap rate relief on empty industrial property and phase out the Industrial Buildings Allowance is likely to be “damaging” to the logistics industry, according to UKWA chairman Derrick Potter.

Cummins signs contract with Schneider Logistics

Diesel engine producer Cummins is outsourcing its freight audit and payment functions to Schneider Logistics Europe for its UK manufacturing plants in Darlington, Daventry and Ramsgate.

H-Logistics secures West African contract

Scotland’s H-Logistics has won a contract to procure and deliver supplies to Banlaw Afrique Sarl, a mining services company based in West Africa, in order to help it complete work on a new gold mine before the rain season begins in July.

Shoe contract for APL Logistics

Shoe company E Sutton has extended its relationship with APL Logistics to take in all its inbound shipments from China and South East Asia.

Is your 3PL trying too hard?

It's official: third party logistics providers try too hard to please their customers and it is costing them a fortune.

Wedgwood contract for APL Logistics

APL Logistics has been awarded a contract to provide intercontinental logistics services to porcelain and glass producer Waterford Wedgwood.

Salco renews contract with TNT Logistics

Salco, an importer of giftware and household goods, has renewed it’s warehousing and distribution contract with TNT Network Logistics for a further five years.