Tuesday 21st May 2019 - Logistics Manager Magazine

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Robotics boom creates components shortage

A global surge in robotics manufacturing has created a shortage of common industrial components required for other industries, according to suppliers, bearings manufacturer SMB has warned.

Today we’re all personal shoppers

From the meticulous handling of goods, to snowballing throughput in the warehouse, home delivery is transforming the culture of order picking. Alex Leonards reports …

BIFA calls on members to talk Customs after Brexit

BIFA is calling on its members to take part in a survey which is designed to “gain a better understanding of the scale of potential Customs procedure training that will be required post-Brexit within the freight forwarding sector.”

Central Spacewaye draws in occupiers

SEGRO has completed two deals ahead of practical completion at Central Spacewaye on North Feltham Trading Estate, near Heathrow Airport’s Cargo Terminal.

DfT unveils £20m low-emission truck winners

The drive for cleaner delivery vehicles is accelerating with the government investing £20 million in twenty companies for trials of electric and hydrogen commercial vehicles.

Linde to exhibit at IntraLogistex

Linde is the latest company choosing to exhibit at the IntraLogisteX exhibition which takes place in Coventry in March.

TCFM wins multi-service contract with RS Components

TC Facilities Management (TCFM), the commercial cleaning service and IntraLogisteX exhibitor, has won a multi-service contract with RS Components, the electronics and automation company, also an IntraLogisteX exhibitor.

BMW extends parts contract with Fullers

BMW Group UK has extended its contract with Fuller Logistics to act as the automotive manufacturer’s Dealer Metro Distribution Centre based in Slough for a further five years.

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.

Dazzling array of speakers for LSC

The future of supply chain will come under scrutiny at the Logistics & Supply Chain conference in April when a dazzling array of speakers will be focusing on the critical issues facing the industry.