Sunday 21st Jan 2018 - Logistics Manager

Viewing all European Logistics Association articles

5,000 more customs staff needed after Brexit

HMRC head Jon Thompson has told MPs that it could take up to 5,000 extra staff to handle the additional customs and border checks following Brexit. – just a month after the government set out its proposals for a future customs relationship with the EU.

UKWA: 60 pc back Europe

Some 60 per cent of the 100 members, parliamentarians and guests at a recent annual UKWA parliamentary lunch said they wanted to remain in the European Union – based on a show of hands. The remainder were either against or undecided.

Kiwi dairy co-op recruits Damco for Euro expansion

New Zealand dairy cooperative Fonterra has selected Damco to operate the control tower for European export logistics, with responsibility as a placement agent for bookings with Fonterra’s direct carrier contracts.

Today is the first European Supply Chain Day

Today is the first ever European Supply Chain Day – an initiative by the European Logistics Association. Activities such as school visits, tours of warehouses, opening up back offices to visitors, talks and site visits are taking place throughout Europe

ELA introduces official Supply Chain Day

The European Logistics Association will host the first ever European Supply Chain Day on 10 April 2014, where activities such as school visits, tours of warehouses, talks, and site visits, take place across the continent

Kellogg’s takes to the canal

Kellogg’s is hoping to increase the efficiency of its supply chain by taking hundreds of trucks off UK roads and using Peel Ports’ Manchester Ship Canal container shuttle service

Solvay and Metro join ELUPEG

Alain Baeyens, lead buyer of logistics services from Solvay, and David Antunes, regional officer supply chain & operations management from Metro Central East Europe, have joined the Steering Board and Advisory Committee of ELUPEG