Monday 25th May 2020 - Logistics Manager Magazine

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SEKO keeps the frontline moving with PPE

SEKO Logistics has distributed over 28,000 face masks and over 138,000 gloves to their frontline teams in North America who enable their clients’ supply chains during the coronavirus crisis.

Editor’s Blog: Reasons to be Cheerful (Part One)

While it’s easy to write about the negative aspects of the all-consuming global pandemic – such as the substantial disruption to supply chains, or a capacity crunch that threatens e-commerce… my eye was caught by a story on our sister title Citti.

Brexit customs squeeze still on horizon

BluJay Solutions has warned supply chains not to under-estimate the impact that Brexit will have on the flow of goods come 1 January 2021, when the UK’s transition period ends.

XPO Logistics targets investments despite Q1 hit

XPO Logistics felt the hit of a “downsizing” in business by its largest customer, alongside the global impact of Covid-19 on logistics movements, but said it would still invest in automation, digital technology and supply chain visibility.