Sunday 5th Jul 2020 - Logistics Manager Magazine

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Supply Chain Award winners revealed

The winners of the 2016 Supply Chain Excellence Awards were revealed last night at a glittering ceremony in London, attended by supply chain leaders from right across Europe.

Awards shortlist revealed

The shortlist for the 20th Anniversary Supply Chain Excellence Awards, organised by Logistics & Supply Chain, has been revealed. There were more than 120 entries for the Awards this year – ahead of last year’s record number of entries.

Freight chiefs back continued EU membership

Freight industry chiefs are among of the business leaders signing a letter backing continued UK membership of the European Union. The letter has been signed by Ian Baxter, chairman of Baxter Freight; Christian Salbaing, deputy chairman of Hutchison Whampoa which owns the Port of Felixstowe; and Adam Shuter, managing director of Exact Logistics.

BAE chooses Wincanton for with MAI deal

BAE Systems has chosen Wincanton to provide logistics for its Military Air and Information (MAI) operations, including goods management and inspection, storage and packing, and transport services at two MAI sites.

Wincanton moves back into profit

Wincanton moved back into profit last year, reporting a pre-tax profit of £20.4m against a loss of £47.4m the year before. “We were especially delighted to support the London 2012 Games," said CEO Eric Born

Opportunity knocks

Is it still an occupiers’ market in Yorkshire & the North East?

German retailer picks Witron for giant slow mover DC

German food retailer REWE has chosen Witron to design and supply the storage and handling systems for its giant national distribution centre for slow moving goods at Neu Isenburg near Frankfurt.

Board appointments for Hermes

Hermes has appointed Gary Winter and Jane Naumkin as sales and marketing director and human resources director respectively, to support its business strategy and ongoing growth within the home delivery sector