Wednesday 12th Dec 2018 - Logistics Manager Magazine

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Christmas set to break records for grocers

Christmas grocery spending is expected to break records – despite the fact that market is now growing at it’s slowest rate since March 2017, two per cent, according to Kantar Worldpanel.

NHS banned from buying fax machines

Health secretary Matt Hancock has banned NHS trusts from procuring fax machines and demanded that they are phased out by 31st March 2020.

ABB trials remotely operated passenger ferry

ABB and Helsinki City Transport trialled the remote operation of passenger ferry Suomenlinna II through a test area near Helsinki harbour, demonstrating the possibility of human oversight of vessels from anywhere.

IPS acquires Foodpack

IPS, the co-packing business owned by Culina, is to take over FoodPack Ltd, which produces a range of ambient foods, both own-label and branded manufacture for major retailers and brands.

DHL invests $300m in technology

DHL Supply Chain is to invest $300 million to accelerate the integration of emerging technologies in 350 of its 430 facilities in North America.

P&G to lead Women and Supplier Diversity Daring Circle

Procter & Gamble has partnered with WEConnect International and UN Women to launch Women and Supplier Diversity Daring Circle by the Women’s Forum for the Economy & Society, to encourage diversity in the supply chain.

Ingenica Solutions wins KGH contract

Kettering General Hospital NHS Foundation Trust has awarded an inventory management contract to Ingenica Solutions as it aims to transform its supply chain and procurement efficiencies, secure long-term cost savings and improve patient safety.