Browsing: Logistics

The number of containers being transported by rail through the Port of Felixstowe has reached an all-time high. A weekly total of 7,006-plus containers was handled for the first time ever towards the end of April 2004, breaking the previous

Ford Motor Company has taken on 20 warehouse trucks from BT Rolatruc for use in its 140,000sq m engine plant in Bridgend, Midglamorgan. The plant, which makes Zetec engines for Ford cars and various V8s for Jaguar and Land Rover,

Kitchen sink manufacturer Carron Phoenix has opted to use a multi-user distribution system rather than the traditional dedicated option because it will improve delivery times to customers.

DIY chain B&Q has become the first customer of Nightfreight’s new home delivery service – Deliver2home – having been awarded a £17.5M deal to the overnight freight, parcels and logistics specialist. Deliver2home plays ideally to Nightfreight

Kuehne & Nagel (K&N) is to transport wine sourced by British Airways (BA) from the world’s major wine growing areas into the UK as part of a new agreement with the airline. The contract ensures that customers always have guaranteed availabil

A 48-hour working week for drivers implies that the so called ‘super sheds’ may be too few and far apart to be reached effectively within the new guidelines.

Former Safeway group operations director Lawrence Christensen will become a non-executive director at third-party logistics provider Christian Salvesen from July 1. Christensen is currently working with Safeway’s new owner, Wm Morrison Supermarkets, until

Well, it looks like crunch time for suppliers to the world’s leading retailers. What with Wal-Mart compelling it’s top suppliers to take the plunge into Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) by the first of January 2005 and several other leading retailers

Back in the dot-com boom, trading exchanges were going to transform the sourcing and supply chain. Today only a handful survive but global sourcing remains a hot topic.