Thursday 2nd Apr 2020 - Logistics Manager Magazine

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Urban hits and myths

Change in the retail landscape is moving the goalposts for urban deliveries. Balancing the demands of high street and home deliveries is creating new challenges - and then there is the drive to be greener and cleaner. Malory Davies reports

NHS Supply Chain cuts carbon footprint

NHS Supply Chain says it has cut electricity consumption by 18 per cent, gas consumption by 35 per cent and water consumption by 30 per cent across its distribution centre network since 2008

Ontex extends RCS nappy contract

Ontex UK, which makes nappies and sanitary towels, has agreed a new three-year contract with RCS Logistics for warehousing, logistics and home delivery services

NHS can save £500m on procurement, says NAO report

A National Audit Office report has called on the Department of Health to work with NHS Supply Chain, which is operated by DHL, to develop services which will encourage more effective usage by trusts

NHS trust cuts delivery costs by 34pc

Derbyshire Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust has reduced its delivery costs by 34 per cent since switching to DX Group to deliver documents and packages.

NHS Supply Chain claims £200m savings

NHS Supply Chain reckons it has saved the health service in England and Wales more than £200 million through its operation of the national procurement and supply chain contract

NHS Trust boosts stock control with GS1

Leeds Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust has cut stock levels by £570,000 since rolling out a GS1 barcode scanning-based stock control and forecasting system.