Saturday 14th Dec 2019 - Logistics Manager Magazine

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Planes, trains and automobiles

Logistics operators are forever being told to take lorries off roads and reduce their carbon footprint, so what are the options when it comes to multi-modal warehouses? Lucy Tesseras reports.

Who ate all the sheds?

All the best warehouses are being gobbled up, so what options are left in the West Midlands, asks Liza Helps.

Online grocer heads towards profit

Online grocer Ocado moved into profit in the second half of last year driven by sales growth and supply chain efficiencies

Ocado cut delivery slots to beat snow

Ocado cut the number of delivery slots during the bad weather in December to enable it to focus on the maintenance of customer service

Travelling the build to suit route…

With rapidly diminishing warehouse availability, it looks like the only way forward is down the build to suit route. Liza Helps investigates.

Train to gain?

There is a groundswell of interest in rail served sites from the big high street names that want the insurance of a rail terminal onsite even if they have no immediate plan to use it. So what are the options? Lucy Tesseras tracks down the opportunities.

Ocado £210m fulfilment centre approved

Online grocer Ocado has been granted approval from the local council to start building a £210m, 350,000 sq ft customer fulfilment centre on its Birch Coppice site in north Warwickshire

Ocado floats

British online grocer Ocado has raised about £200m from its initial public offering.