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Park Logistics - Creating supply Chain Solutions

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Archive for April, 2012

Government offers hauliers £9.5m to set up green fleets

Posted: Wednesday, April 25th, 2012

25 April 2012 By Hayley Pink The government is to stump up £9.5m of funding to enable road transport operators to invest in low-carbon vehicles and technology. The Department for Transport (DfT), in conjunction with the Technology Strategy Board, is asking operators of all sizes to enter a competition to win a slice of the Read more…

 

CV Show 2012: First Euro-6 Actros for UK

Posted: Wednesday, April 25th, 2012

25 April 2012 By Will Shiers KMS Mallinson Transport will be the first UK operator to run Euro-6 versions of the new Mercedes-Benz Actros. The Barnsley-based operator placed an order for two of them at the CV Show, along with a further eight Euro-5s. “We are a forward-thinking com-pany,” says MD Stephen Mallinson, who is Read more…

 

CV Show 2012: New Punto van

Posted: Wednesday, April 25th, 2012

25 April 2012 By George Barrow The third generation of Punto van made its show debut on the Fiat Professional stand (1G20). The 520kg maximum payload car-derived van has a load capacity of 1m³ and is the replacement for the Grande Punto and Punto Evo van. It is available in three power outputs, 75hp, 84hp Read more…

 

CV Show 2012: Perfect place to find model customers

Posted: Wednesday, April 25th, 2012

25 April 2012 By Laura Hailstone Model truck specialist SearchImpex picked up three strong orders on the first day of the show (stand 2A89). “One firm has a significant anniversary coming up and they want a large number of models to give as gifts to key customers,” says MD Jim Newsome. Newsome says the show Read more…

 

Gazeley snaps up ex-ProLogis VP

Posted: Wednesday, April 25th, 2012

Gazeley has appointed former ProLogis European Vice president Bert Angel as Commercial Consultant with immediate effect for its newly expanded Global Commercial Team. Angel will be responsible for developing and implementing customer solutions throughout mainland Europe Article source: http://www.logisticsmanager.com/Articles/Article.aspx?liArticleID=18290

 

Yodel snaps up Manchester site

Posted: Wednesday, April 25th, 2012

Parcel distributor Yodel has snapped up a 100,000 sq ft distribution centre at Stakehill Industrial Park in Manchester as part of its plan to streamline its distribution network across the UK. The company has taken Ventor’s 102,855 sq ft Unit 69 on a ten year lease with five-year break at a rent of £3.95 per Read more…

 

Freightnet chooses Segro’s X2 double decker shed

Posted: Wednesday, April 25th, 2012

Privately owned cargo handling company Freightnet has taken a 36,524 sq ft unit on the upper floor at SEGRO’s, X2, Heathrow. The company has signed a 10 year lease on the property which was being marketed at a rent of around £12 per sq ft. Last year SEGRO leased the whole of the ground floor Read more…

 

ByBox consumer service expansion plan

Posted: Wednesday, April 25th, 2012

Drop box firm ByBox is expanding its network of lockers by 25 per cent in consumer-friendly locations such as such as retail parks, supermarkets, shopping centres, retailers, petrol stations and railway stations. ByBox specialises in delivering items pre 8am to field teams via its network of 18,000 lockers at 1,400 locations across the UK. There are Read more…

 

Logistics delivers, despite economic challenges

Posted: Wednesday, April 25th, 2012

The logistics industry has delivered high standards, contributed to reducing emissions and is promoting a safer environment despite increasing costs, according to “The Logistics Report 2012” which combines research and analysis from the Freight Transport Association and PwC. The report focuses on the challenges, successes and progress within the logistics sector over the past year. Read more…

 

London Gateway picks builder for rail terminal

Posted: Wednesday, April 25th, 2012

DP World has chosen Balfour Beatty to build a rail terminal at London Gateway, the deep-sea container port and logistics park that is being built on the north bank of the Thames, east of London. It will develop the first of three rail terminals and double track the branch line to the site. The terminal Read more…

 


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