Thursday 2nd Jul 2020 - Logistics Manager Magazine

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Improving service and profitability (2)

Caterpillar's arrangement with MG Rover goes much further than the handling of parts distribution. The global logistics service provider is responsible for all parts sales and marketing and global support for MG Rover's network of nearly 1,500 dealers wor

Increased interest in large-scale distribution centres

Gladman Developments is in the process of obtaining planning permission for another of its ground-breaking 'Big Five' distribution / warehouse schemes at Sherburn in Elmet, east of Leeds. And, if given the go-ahead, the scheme will feature one of the larg

ProLogis pro regeneration

The distribution industry is replacing manufacturing as one of London's major employment generators, says industrial and distribution property provider ProLogis. The company is playing a pivotal role in the regeneration of the Thames Gateway.

More new tenants for Interlink Business Park

Wilson Bowden Developments advised by FPDSavills and King Sturge, has secured two more tenants at Interlink Business Park, Junction 22 on the M1, Leicestershire.

A vision for the North-west

The North-west is a diverse region and home to seven million people - almost one eighth of the total UK population - characterised by the two major cities of Liverpool and Manchester.

Part of Cabot Park sold

Rockingham Gate, which is part of Avonmouth's Cabot Park, has been bought by newcomer Landmarq.

Banbury shed sold for £22.1m

Insight Investment Management (IIM) has agreed to buy Beaumont Industrial Estate in Banbury, advised by GVA Grimley. Comprising a 17.2 acre manufacturing and distribution facility, the accommodation extends to 42,746sq m.

Electrolux restructures European distribution network

Property adviser DTZ has kick-started the marketing campaign of Electrolux's former logistics and manufacturing plant with the launch of the 10,250sq m property in Wollersdorf, near Vienna, Austria.

Britley suits Newcastle haulier’s expansion needs

Transport operator Simpson Bros has opened a new 3,720sq m distribution and warehousing centre on the Drum Industrial Estate, Birtley. The centre features a high bay warehouse and extensive trailer parking.