Monday 18th Jun 2018 - Logistics Manager Magazine

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Hurricanes fail to blow away TT Club profits

TT Club, the international transport and logistics insurance provider, produced a surplus of $7.3m last year, up from $5.2m in 2016, despite the highest ever level of insured losses from natural disasters.

DHL expands Hong Kong e-commerce centre

DHL eCommerce is to expand its distribution centre in Hong Kong to accommodate e-commerce export growth expected to reach €1.6 trillion by 2020. The distribution centre will support growth from the southern region of China, such as Shenzhen, Guangzhou and Hong Kong, connecting e-commerce exports to 220 countries and territories worldwide, including the UK and […]

Kerry Logistics and D&G Technology partner

Kerry Logistics has formed a strategic cooperation with asphalt mixing system manufacturer D&G Technology by investing in its wholly-owned subsidiary, Topp Financial Leasing.

Turkish partnership for Rhenus

Rhenus Logistics UK is partnering with with Turkey’s Solmaz Logistics Services to extend their services in the region.

BP chooses Hoyer for retail fuel distribution

Covestro extends contract with Hoyer

Polymer manufacturer Covestro has extended its contract with Hoyer in China to include logistics for its Coatings Adhesives Specialities division.

XPO launches US omni-channel service

XPO Logistics has launched XPO Direct, a shared-space distribution model for omni-channel retail and e-commerce customers in the US.