Thursday 19th Sep 2019 - Logistics Manager Magazine

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Yakult picks 3PL to handle logistics

Probiotic drink producer Yakult has chosen Culina Logistics as its chilled food and drink supply chain specialist. With all the leading supermarkets stocking Yakult, more than 300,000 bottles are bought every day in the country.

Sole 3PL provider delivers the parts

Sun Microsystems is using express and logistics company DHL as its exclusive global logistics provider for after-market service parts.

3PL invests millions in recycling plant

Leading European supply chain company, Wincanton, has invested £4M in the first state-of-the-art WEEE recycling plant in the UK. Capable of processing up to 75,000 tonnes per year, the equivalent of 826,500 washing machines, 67 million kettles, or

3PLs set to benefit from logistics outsourcing

Davies Turner Air Cargo has been accredited under a new scheme aimed at tackling air freight crime at London's Heathrow Airport. Accreditation followed a vigorous inspection of the company's security regime by the Chief Accreditation and Crime Prev

Latest fridge equipment for 3pl

Fowler Welch Coolchain, which distributes fresh produce, horticulture and chilled foods, has taken delivery of 75 new trailers equipped with Thermo King's Spectrum SL unit. The company has also bought several refrigerated roller bed trailers suppli

3PL to manage retailer’s new DC

High street giant Woolworths has contracted supply chain specialist Gist to manage a new strategically important distribution centre (DC) on its behalf as part of a £50M deal.

3PL makes MoD logistics contract short-list

Exel is a partner in one of two external consortia that have been short-listed to manage the Ministry of Defence's (MoD) new logistics contract that will drive cost savings and service improvements through the supply chains of the Army, Royal Navy

3PL re-brands for future growth

ACR Logistics is the new name for supply chain specialist Hays Logistics, following its change of ownership. The organisation's re-branding marks a new phase in its development, which includes increasing turnover by more than 10% year-on-year

3PL works its magic!

The recent successful worldwide distribution of the latest Harry Potter book helped TNT Network Logistics win a three-year contract with Macmillan Distribution, which as well as publishing books, also operates a distributor business

Christensen takes up 3PL role

Former Safeway group operations director Lawrence Christensen will become a non-executive director at third-party logistics provider Christian Salvesen from July 1. Christensen is currently working with Safeway's new owner, Wm Morrison Supermarkets, until