Lorries are being banned from overtaking on a three mile stretch of the M42, in an effort to reduce congestion. The ban came into force on October 10 2005 and is being trialled for 18 months, between 7am and 7pm daily.
Young managers are the fuel that keeps UK PLC running, says The Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transport in the UK (CILT UK). It warns that the industry could be facing a worse crisis than the rising petrol prices if it does not engage young people
As part of its ongoing commitment to safe operations, TDG has invested a further £25,000 in its vehicle maintenance programme – it has introduced tracking units across its fleet of ADR networked trailers.
As consumers tighten their purse strings, retailers are facing a cold Christmas. Can global sourcing deliver the right goods at the price needed to entice the shoppers back?
The vast majority of MHE equipment is no longer bought outright. We look at the reasons behind this.
‘Inventory is bad,’ says Dell’s vp, EMEA manufacturing and business operations, EMEA, one of the people who oversee the firm’s legendary direct to consumer model
As Logistics Manager was going to press, Morrisons said it was in talks with both the TGWU and the GMB over the outcome of their recent ballots, which were “held in pursuit of their desire for joint national bargaining” with the supermarket chain.
At the end of August, we once again saw the power of natural events to disrupt the stability of the modern society we all take for granted. This time, even as we extended our sympathy to those involved in Hurricane Katrina, there was a chilling recognitio
Pallet pooling services could be the way forward in reducing costs for the future of pallet-based distribution, according to the Faber Halbertsma Group.
In September, the Belgian supply chain Project for the Year 2005 award ceremony took place in Kinepolis Brussels – and there was a surprise in store.