Tuesday 20th Aug 2019 - Logistics Manager Magazine

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Waitrose seeks to cut plastic

Waitrose is to introduce a self-serve concept branded ‘Waitrose Unpacked’ for everything from loose fruit and vegetable to cereals and coffees, and even cleaning products at its Botley Road store in Oxford in a bid to remove unnecessary plastic waste.

Yodel takes first electric truck

Yodel has taken delivery of its first electric 7.5 tonne – a Mitsubishi FUSO eCanter. It will initially be based at Yodel’s depot in Hayes, and used across London.

Disposable plate supplier picks Walkers

The Wholeleaf Company, which makes environmentally-friendly disposable plates and cutlery, has awarded a logistics contract to Walker Logistics.

Hydrogen plant expansion plan

A plant to create hydrogen for aviation fuel could be tripled in size under plans now being considered by Nouryon and Gasunie.

FedEx sets out action on emissions

FedEx says it has achieved a 37 per cent reduction in CO2 emissions intensity on a revenue basis across the enterprise since 2009 while revenue grew by 84 per cent.

DB Schenker low-carbon DC for Oslo

Schenker has opened its first low-carbon city distribution centre in Oslo which will electric cars and e-bikes to reduce CO2 emissions of city goods distribution by 80 per cent.

Hoppecke creates li-ion division

The Hoppecke Group has created a new division based in Zwickau and Paderborn, Germany known as Intilion which activities relating to its lithium-ion storage technology and ensures that the company can focus its strategy on the future demands of the lithium-ion battery market and respond better to individual customer needs.