Thursday 22nd Aug 2019 - Logistics Manager Magazine

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Managing Repair costs efficiently

RAC Claims Services have launched a new UK dedicated repairer network specifically for commercial vehicles. The service, a joint initiative between RAC and DuPont Refinish, is developed to help insurers and fleet customers manage their commercial vehicle

Volvos aid driver retention, claims supplier

Vesuvius UK, a leading refactory supplier to the iron, steel, glass and ceramic industries, has taken delivery of seven new Volvo FH12 tractor units from Volvo dealer Crossroads Truck & Bus of Rotherham on a three-year contract hire deal.

In the public interest

The public sector is the supply chain’s final frontier but managers are beginning to face up to the task of reform. The stakes are high, but so are the possible gains.

3PL promises supply chain quality

Bibby Distribution has secured a new five-year contract with Marley Floors, a leading floor covering manufacturer in the UK specialising in the provision of aesthetic, high performance products with broad colour palettes.

Linen company trials Eurocargo

The Cornish Linen Service Group (CLS) has added a new Iveco Eurocargo to its fleet of more than 50 commercial vehicles, which is used to collect and deliver linen to hotels and restaurants throughout Cornwall and Devon. The 12-tonne Eurocargo 120E24/P fea

Adapting to evolving situations

Mitsubishi Air Conditioners Europe's Livingston distribution facility handles manufactured product. It sits between two autonomous parts of the organisation - UK and overseas production and sales distribution.

High speed shuttle

No matter who you talk to, everyone is agreed that the UK lags way behind its European counterparts when it comes to the use of automated warehousing. There do not even appear to be any available statistics on the matter, with the Automated Materials Hand