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Archive for April, 2012

CV Show 2012: Ingimex saves weight

Posted: Monday, April 30th, 2012

30 April 2012 By David Wilcox Telford-based light vehicle bodybuilder Ingimex has re-engineered its box body for 3.5-tonne GVW chassis cabs, taking out around 100kg of weight. Shown at the CV Show on both Mercedes Sprinter and VW Crafter chassis, the weight of a 4.2m-long, 15 cubic metre example has been cut to 590kg, including Read more…

 

UK country manager for US logistics group

Posted: Monday, April 30th, 2012

BDP International, the US-based logistics firm, has made two appointments in the UK: Anthony Akerman and David Marshall. Akerman becomes UK country manager while Marshall becomes Aberdeen branch manager. “These appointments underscore the importance of the UK market in the global economy, and world trade, particularly its energy and chemical sectors, where we have extensive Read more…

 

Jungheinrich chief joins BITA board

Posted: Monday, April 30th, 2012

The British Industrial Truck Association has appointed Hans-Herbert Schultz, managing director of Jungheinrich UK, to its management board. BITA secretary-general James Clark said: “We are extremely pleased to welcome Hans-Herbert to our management board. He further strengthens our active and busy board of industry professionals representing the industrial truck sector nationwide. Schultz, who has been Read more…

 

Fraudsters target forwarders with payment demands

Posted: Monday, April 30th, 2012

Fraudsters are sending freight forwarders fake payment demands that purport to come from the International Air Transport Association. The British International Freight Association said that one example of a fraudulent email is headed: “IATA OUTSTANDING INVOICE” and the text said: “there are some outstanding debt your company needs to pay International Air Transport Association (IATA), Read more…

 

Road freight manager for Jordon

Posted: Monday, April 30th, 2012

Freight forwarder Jordon Freight has hired Simon Fisk in the new position of European road freight manager. He is tasked with bringing together the export and import overland departments, improving procedures and developing closer internal communications. Fisk previously worked in management roles for ASD Europe and Cargo World Logistics. Article source: http://www.logisticsmanager.com/Articles/Article.aspx?liArticleID=18343

 

Your chance to be a hi-tech champion

Posted: Monday, April 30th, 2012

Now is your chance to test yourself against the best in the European Supply Chain Excellence Awards 2012. And the Hi Tech, Communications and Electronics sector provides a serious test of excellence, being one of the most fiercely contested categories in the competition. Last year, it was a struggle for the judges to separate the Read more…

 

Graze at Hayes

Posted: Monday, April 30th, 2012

Nature Delivered, the company behind natural food supplier Graze.com, has taken the 81,083 sq ft Connect West site at Hayes. The site has been taken on a 20 year lease at an undisclosed rent. Colliers International acted on behalf of landlord Aviva Investors in conjunction with GVA. Len Rosso, head of logistics and industrial at Read more…

 

£100m Comet win for Norbert

Posted: Monday, April 30th, 2012

£Comet has awarded a Norbert Dentressangle a £100m five year contract to handle UK warehousing and distribution. The electricals retailer  has been going through a major restructuring of its supply chain and last year set out restructuring plans designed to save £10m a year. In February it was acquired by private equity house OpCapita. Simon Read more…

 

City Link goes big in Chelmsford

Posted: Monday, April 30th, 2012

City Link has opened a 72,000 sq ft depot at  Chelmsford to replace two smaller sites:  Chelmsford North and Chelmsford South. The site at Atholl Road is  50 per cent larger that the two old depots combined and will provide room for on-site collection and delivery loading and offer dedicated parking for trunking vehicles. Depot Read more…

 

Wincanton "disappointed" in Unite’s recommendation to reject tanker driver deal

Posted: Monday, April 30th, 2012

30 April 2012 By Hayley Pink Wincanton is “disappointed” by Unite’s recommendation to members to reject a set of proposals jointly agreed by the union and six fuel distribution firms, and is hopeful that drivers will recognise the progress made during negotiations and vote to end the long-running dispute. The company says the latest documents Read more…

 


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