Monday 19th Aug 2019 - Logistics Manager Magazine

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DHSC plans £25m emergency medicine contract

The Department of Health and Social Care has set out plans for a £25 million express freight contract to deliver medicines and medical products into the country after the UK leaves the European Union on 31st October.

Shapps is a man we can do business with – RHA

Grant Shapps, who has taken over as transport secretary from Chris Grayling, has a “totally different, pro-active” approach, according to RHA chief executive Richard Burnett.

Brexit plans hit profits at Waberer’s

Waberer’s, the giant Hungarian logistics operator, has blame a 6.4 per cent sales fall on lower volumes in the aftermath of the end-March Brexit date, which offset growth in the rest of the business.

Cotswold Fayre picks Geodis

Wholesaler Cotswold Fayre has chosen Geodis to manage warehousing and distribution to retailers across the UK, in a move which chief executive Paul Hargreaves says will make its ambient distribution carbon neutral.

EV charging: quality must come first

Bureau Veritas has warned that “quality must come first” if the UK is to create a world-class charging network for cleaner vehicles.