Logistics provider Ryder and Lex Transfleet have both been awarded multimillion fleet management contracts with the Ministry of Defence (MoD).
Boots the Chemist is moving towards supplying products straight to shelf, says its director of logistics, Peter Scriven. He says the high street retailer has already been trialling the scheme in three stores, although the proposed scheme is very much
Rail freight traffic through the Daventry railport on the 365-acres DIRFT Logistics Park is reaching new records, providing encouraging news for the park’s developer, Seven Trent Property, who has been given the Government go-ahead for a major expansion
Some of the UK’s largest non-food retail transport fleets are running at barely 50% of weight capacity and return legs average 21% use. Improvements in efficiency could save the retail supply chain millions of pounds a year, according to Rick Ballard of s
Transport operators dealing with perishable goods must adopt more disciplined loss prevention strategies, says David Heather, perishable trade expert and consultant to the TT Club.
KNW Retail Solutions, the joint venture between Kuehne & Nagel and Wincanton, has been contracted by Hamleys to act as its international supply chain management partner. Following a comprehensive tender process, KNW’s ability to provide innovative supply
Planning based on intelligent systems and clever algorithms created high tech – and highly complex – solutions but now real-time information flows and web services provide easier options.
European logistics provider Christian Salvesen has won a five-year contract with Marks & Spencer (M&S) to carry out the retailer’s frozen warehousing and distribution in the UK.
‘We are using technology to offer the same experience worldwide,’ says the chairman of internet shopping success, figleaves.com
Mountain Warehouse, the brand name clothing and equipment retailer for the outdoor leisure industry, has selected DTS Logistics to handle its distribution.