Browsing: Logistics

The Potter Group has won a £300,000 a year contract from Huntingdon-based Supreme Concrete to store and distribute concrete building products. Materials weighing up to 50,000 tonnes will be handled annually through the Potter Group’s Selby r

These days, nobody can afford to wait until the end of the contract to find out what went wrong. Web technology can help close this treacherous information gap

Chloride Motive Power’s new three-tier charging system offers optimal space use and improved health and safety for warehouses and other electric vehicle fleet users. Other battery manufacturers offer a double-deck system of battery chargers, but CM

Volvo Insurance Services, in conjunction with specialist fleet insurance group SBP, is launching a brand new Volvo Fleet Insurance Initiative. The insurance program is aimed at both the truck, and bus and coach sectors.

BP is taking delivery of 30 new petroleum semi-trailers from Heil Trailer International, which have a number of features making them among the safest on the road. The new tri-axle, six compartment, 41,400 litre semi-trailers will be used in

HarperCollins, one of the top three book publishers in the UK, has awarded a new three-year contract to Exel to manage its inbound supply chain from Asia and consolidate books from its ‘Preferred Printers’ in the Far East,

An international supplier of healthcare products is already seeing the benefits of a new automated system at its new distribution centre. The new system has enabled the company to achieve substantial increases in efficiency, reductions in picking error an

Coca-Cola Enterprises is one of the world’s leading bottlers, marketers and distributors of non-alcoholic beverages such as Dr Pepper. It distributes about 4.4 billion unit cases of products in bottles, cans and fountain containers a year, operates

For car manufacturers the World is a tough place. The bottom line is, demand no longer outstrips supply. And that puts the customer firmly in the driving seat.