Wednesday 27th May 2020 - Logistics Manager Magazine

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Travis Perkins acquires 31,847 sq ft at Valley Park

Builders’ merchant Travis Perkins has signed a 20-year lease on two units at Valley Park in Watford, Hertfordshire, let by CBRE Global Investors and advised by Glenny LLP with joint agent Stimpsons.

Aston to offer Novus degree

Aston University is to offer Novus degrees in Business and Supply Chain Management from September – the first expansion of the scheme since it was launched with the University of Huddersfield four years ago.

Land: they are not making it anymore…

Competing land uses are making it more and more difficult for developers and landlords to deliver logistics space… just how bad is the problem? Liza Helps investigates.

Talent in Logistics shortlist unveiled

The shortlist has been revealed for Talent in Logistics, the awards scheme organised by Capitb, which owns workplace transport training regulatory body RTITB and the new national register of LGV instructors.

Proctor to become CILT president

Robin Proctor FCILT will take over from Will Whitehorn FCILT as president of the Chartered Institute of Logistics Transport.

New warehouse scheme for Wakefield

A 150,000 sq ft warehouse scheme is being proposed on a brownfield site close to Junction 32 of the M62 motorway near Wakefield in West Yorkshire.

SIG sets out supply chain efficiency plans

SIG, the distributor of specialist building products, has accelerated its supply chain and procurement efficiency programmes and expects more than £13m in savings this year.

Travis Perkins sets out depot closure plan

Travis Perkins the Builders’ merchant group, is closing ten of its smaller distribution and fabrication centres as part of a plan to optimise its network in the face of uncertain future demand.

195,000 sq ft spec build for Crick

Legal & General’s Industrial Property Investment Fund (IPIF) has started speculative construction of “Alchemi” a 195,000 sq ft warehouse in Crick, Northamptonshire, with completion anticipated this autumn. The site lies adjacent to J18 of the M1 Motorway.