Sunday 19th Jan 2020 - Logistics Manager Magazine

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Motor manufacturers launch ethical sourcing initiative

Ten leading motor manufacturers have joined forces to set up a Raw Materials Observatory to identify and address ethical, environmental, human and labour rights issues in the sourcing of raw materials.

McLaren-Honda F1 goes with Volvo

McLaren-Honda has chosen Volvo Trucks as its official supplier of trucks and haulage for its Formula 1 team in a four-year agreement. Volvo will supply 24 Volvo FH 13-litre, 540hp series trucks as well as providing logistics support for the race team and hospitality operations.

Energy efficiency on the agenda

New energy saving technologies and innovations could pave the way to more environmentally friendly operations. Alexandra Leonards reports.

Honda renews contract with GEFCO

Honda Motor Europe Logistics has renewed its contract with GEFCO UK which covers inbound parts supply, weekly groupage, LTL and FTL delivery services, and consolidated groupage deliveries at GEFCO sites for single shipments into Honda’s plants, in Portugal, France, Spain, Belgium and the UK.

The hard cell

There are now cars, buses, trucks and forklifts using fuel cell technology, but, says Malory Davies, while the technology is developing rapidly, the infrastructure to support it is lagging behind.

Balancing safety with practicality

An ever-changing face of retail has uprooted the look of the warehouse. But during this period of warehouse change, the need for counter-balance trucks has seen little movement. Levels, overall, have remained flat. Technical services manager at Briggs Equipment says that although levels of warehouse equipment have seen a marked increase in recent months, there […]

Honda goes renewable with fuel cell forklifts

A research effort involving Briggs Equipment and Honda has seen the development a hydrogen fuel cell-powered truck that relies entirely on renewable energy sources