Tuesday 23rd Apr 2019 - Logistics Manager Magazine

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Automation: sometimes it feels like the start

Automation is playing a key role in enabling John Lewis to achieve its 2020 goal of becoming a 50/50 e-commerce and bricks and mortar retailer, John Munnelly, head of operations at the retailer’s Magna Park campus, told delegates at the Supply Chain Conference in London on Wednesday.

14 pc sales increase for ASOS

ASOS has seen a 14 per cent increase in its UK retail sales three months to 28 February and 13 per cent increase in total retail sales.

Duty free plan for no-deal Brexit

The government will not charge customs duty on 87 per cent of imports under plans to protect supply chains in the event of a no-deal Brexit.

Mothercare sells Early Learning Centre

Mothercare is to sell its toy business, Early Learning Centre, to The Entertainer, as part of its transformation plan, which aims to improve product design, marketing and distribution of Mothercare products around the world.

Army to develop autonomous logistics vehicles

The army could soon be using autonomous logistics vehicles to deliver supplies to troops in war zones, under a £66 million project to fast-track military robotics projects.