Sunday 17th Feb 2019 - Logistics Manager Magazine

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Logistics problems hit sales at Bang & Olufsen

Bang & Olufsen, the Danish manufacturer of high-end TVs and stereos, has downgraded its profit forecast, blaming challenges in onboarding a new logistics partner and a time lag in the transformation of the sales and distribution network.

G&P picks former Jaguar chief as chairman

G&P, which works with automotive and aerospace manufacturers and associated supply chains to improve quality and efficiency, has appointed Geoff Cousins, former managing director at Jaguar UK, as its chairman.

Sainsbury’s to trial zero-emission cooling for deliveries

Asda and Sainsbury’s win more time

Asda and Sainsbury’s have won more time to provide information to the Competition and Markets Authority after applying for a judicial review of the deadline set by the authority.

Siemens digital logistics and LOCOM merge

Siemens Digital Logistics and LOCOM Software and LOCOM Consulting have merged and are now operating under the brand name Siemens Digital Logistics as of December 14, 2018.

Budapest Airport plans new China growth strategy

Budapest Airport is to launch a new growth strategy for Asia in 2019 which includes additional direct freighter and belly cargo routes to China, as well as enhanced e-commerce capabilities.

£31.5m loss for House of Fraser

House of Fraser showed un underlying EBITDA loss of £31.5 million in the 11 weeks trading to 28th October, according to parent company Sports Direct.

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.