Thursday 18th Jul 2019 - Logistics Manager Magazine

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Fiat unveils electric Ducato

Fiat Professional has unveiled an electric version of the Ducato van which is due to go on sale next year.

Top priorities for hauliers post-Brexit

Borders must stay open, says Dover chief

Port of Dover chief executive Doug Bannister has called on the government to ensure that all borders remain open to ensure that time sensitive essentials continue to flow post-Brexit.

Robot rate of adoption accelerates

The rate at which robots are being adopted is increasing, and there could be 20 million in use by 2030, according to a study by Oxford Economics.

Warehouse theft gang arrested

Fifteen members of a Romanian organised crime gang have been arrested after breaking into a warehouse in Feltham and stealing priceless books including rare first editions from the 16th and 17th centuries.

Google aims for circular supply chain

Google has outlined plans for a ‘circular Google’ by changing the way it manages its entire supply chain in its report “A Circular Google.”

H&M backs Maersk’s carbon-neutral shipping product

Fashion retailer H&M is supporting Maersk’s carbon-neutral shipping product, the company has revealed, saying: “It is important to the H&M Group that tangible steps towards the decarbonisation of ocean shipping are taken.”