Wednesday 22nd May 2019 - Logistics Manager Magazine

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Amazon introduces click and collect option

Amazon has launched Counter in the UK and Italy that allows customers to collect their Amazon parcels in-store at a partner location such as retail outlets and convenience stores.

Amazon to open East Midlands fulfilment centre

Amazon is to open a new fulfilment centre in Kegworth, East Midlands to help meet customer demand, expand selection and enable SMBs selling on Amazon to scale their businesses.

Innovators attract big audiences to conference

Innovators in logistics robotics drew big audiences at the conference sessions at Robotics and Automation, which saw keynotes from both Ocado and Amazon as well as presentations from technology leaders such as Dematic and ABB.

Amazon to raise minimum wages

Amazon is to raise the minimum wage it pays all its employees, including full-time, part-time, temporary and seasonal, to £10.50 for the London area and £9.50 for the rest of the UK.

GMB to take legal action against Amazon delivery firms

The GMB trade union is to take legal action against three Amazon delivery companies arguing that they are operating “bogus self-employment” schemes. Amazon has hit back, saying that its delivery providers are contractually obliged to meet the minimum National Living Wage.