Friday 20th Sep 2019 - Logistics Manager Magazine

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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.

Keep goods moving across borders, RHA tells Gove

The Road Haulage Association has written to Michael Gove, the cabinet minister responsible for Brexit arrangements, urging him to act quickly to ensure that goods can continue to move across borders in the event of a no-deal Brexit.

Tesco cuts out plastic bags

Tesco will no longer be using carrier bags to deliver groceries from its online business, cutting out nearly 2,000 tonnes of plastic out of production annually.

Keep borders free flowing, RHA tells Johnson

The Road Haulage Association has called on Boris Johnson, who has just become prime minister, to ensure that borders between the UK and EU remain free flowing after Brexit.