Thursday 9th Jul 2020 - Logistics Manager Magazine

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LEZ phase two begins

The second phase of the London Low Emission Zone began yesterday (7th July) and affects lorries over 3.5 tonnes, buses and coaches.

Gefco savings with Yale

Gefco has taken delivery of forty lift trucks manufactured by Yale Europe, as part of a contract to supply materials handling equipment to Gefco's nine UK warehousing and cross docking centres in support of its European operations.

TfL launches London Freight Plan

Transport for London has launched its London Freight Plan, designed to help improve deliveries in the capital and further reduce environmental impacts.

Understanding critical parts logistics

Maintaining a telecommunications network, IT system or an intricate piece of plant is a critical task for many enterprises. Ensuring that essential spare parts are in stock and available for field service engineers is of vital importance in fulfilling cus

Supply chain challenges of multi-channel retailing

Retailers are facing increasing supply chain complexity. With growing competition from online retailers many leading high street players are adopting an integrated multi-channel retail strategy in order to meet the varied demands of the consumer. But such

Counting the costs of global sourcing

What are the true costs of global sourcing? Research conducted by Cranfield's Centre for Logistics and Supply Chain Management for the UK Department of Transport highlights the significant risks and environmental impact of sourcing from distant low-cost

Euro 5 gets TfL reward

Transport for London is to reward the operators of Euro 5 vehicles with a reduction in the congestion charge.

Suzuki picks route to success

When the motor manufacturer needed a new picking trolley for its parts warehouse, it asked its staff for help with the design..

A little ray of sunshine

Traditionally the region is hardly likely to compete with the Midlands but there is still plenty to write home about. Liza Helps reports.