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Archive for March, 2012

Easter tanker driver strike ruled out

Posted: Friday, March 30th, 2012

Unite has ruled out strikes by tanker drivers over Easter, focusing instead on talks for the time being. Unite assistant general secretary, Diana Holland, said: “We will not be calling Easter strike action as we focus on substantive talks through ACAS. We do still retain the right to call strike action for after the Easter Read more…

 

Combilifts for Bristol Port Co

Posted: Friday, March 30th, 2012

The Bristol Port Company has invested in two Combilift 4-way forklifts after winning a storage contract with a North American timber company. The firm bought the the trucks in order to improve its storage density for the increased volume of timber to be handled. The Combilifts work in a section of its recently expanded Forest Read more…

 

IAG integrates cargo at Heathrow

Posted: Friday, March 30th, 2012

IAG Cargo has moved Iberia’s cargo handling into its Ascentis and Premia facilities at Heathrow as part of its integration plan for British Airways World cargo and Iberia Cargo. All cargo and mail for Iberia flights can now be collected and delivered at the IAG Cargo premises. Ascentis, IAG Cargo’s 83,000 sq m general freight Read more…

 

UPS rolls out telematics systems following Olympic trial

Posted: Friday, March 30th, 2012

UPS is to roll out telematics systems in its vehicles across the UK to monitor and reduce emissions, after a trial on its fleet supporting the London 2012 Olympic games. The logistics firm is working with LOCOG to make the games the most sustainable Olympics ever, and UPS has pledged to make its work for Read more…

 

Easter strikes ruled out

Posted: Friday, March 30th, 2012

Unite has ruled out strikes by tanker drivers over Easter, focusing instead on talks for the time being. Unite assistant general secretary, Diana Holland, said: “We will not be calling Easter strike action as we focus on substantive talks through ACAS. We do still retain the right to call strike action for after the Easter Read more…

 

John Lewis extends click & collect

Posted: Friday, March 30th, 2012

John Lewis is extended its click collect service to another 100 Waitrose branches over the next two months. This will bring the locations from which orders can be collected to more than 220 and includes every John Lewis branch. In 2011, more than 264,000 johnlewis.com orders were collected from Waitrose branches, which handled collection for Read more…

 

Cummins opens European logistics campus

Posted: Friday, March 30th, 2012

Engine giant Cummins has opened a logistics campus at Rumst between Brussels and Antwerp in Belgium. The global logistics centre is part of the company’s strategy to build an integrated aftermarket distribution channel. The three buildings on the Rumst campus combine all of the parts and warehouse activities for Cummins’ Engine, Power Generation and Filtration Read more…

 

DVLA: up to 175,000 tachograph cards could be faulty

Posted: Friday, March 30th, 2012

30 March 2012 By Chris Druce Up to 175,000 digital tachograph cards issued to commercial vehicle drivers during an 18-month period are at risk of malfunction, the Driver and Vehicle Licensing Agency (DVLA) has confirmed. The DVLA says the faulty cards – which when inserted display on the vehicle unit a series of error codes Read more…

 

Fuel Duty hike ‘shows government’s contempt for haulage industry’

Posted: Friday, March 30th, 2012

General Logistics Business News General logistics and distribution business news Fuel Duty hike ‘shows government’s contempt for haulage industry’ March 29, 2012   The fuel duty hike yet again shows the Government’s contempt for the haulage industry, says Kevin Buchanan, Managing Director of Palletline. The country needs to recover from reckless spending, but reckless taxing is not Read more…

 

Transport and Logistics companies increase their productivity thanks to the new Wolters Kluwer Transport Services (WKTS) integrated offering

Posted: Friday, March 30th, 2012

General Logistics Business News General logistics and distribution business news Transport and Logistics companies increase their productivity thanks to the new Wolters Kluwer Transport Services (WKTS) integrated offering March 29, 2012   The International Week of Transport and Logistics (SITL Europe) saw the official launch of the new Wolters Kluwer Transport Services (WKTS) integrated offering. WKTS Read more…

 


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