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Park Logistics - Creating supply Chain Solutions

Creating Supply Chain Solutions
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Archive for May, 2012

Retail win for Witron from Delhaize

Posted: Thursday, May 31st, 2012

Belgian food retailer Delhaize has chosen Witron to design and install the automated tote handling system at its new 12,000 sq m logistics centre, DC Fresh III. The new site will connect to Delhaize’s existing site, DC Fresh II, at Asse Zellik, which also uses Witron automation. Delhaize Belgium supplies some 800 stores with more Read more…

 

Redevelopment for Laycast Foundry

Posted: Thursday, May 31st, 2012

JF Finnegan has completed a deal to buy the 15 acre former Laycast Foundry Works in Sheffield and redevelop it as a distribution park. Woodhouse Link LLP, a joint venture partnership with JF Finnegan and Laycast, have been clearing the land since Laycast vacated the site in 2008. The new industrial and distribution park will be known Read more…

 

Spirit of Panalpina takes to the skies

Posted: Thursday, May 31st, 2012

Panalpina has taken delivery of the first of two new Boeing 747-8 Freighters which will enter scheduled service within Panalpina’s own controlled air freight network. The aircraft, the first ever in Panalpina livery, was handed over yesterday at Boeing’s Everett site. The 747-8F named “Spirit of Panalpina” is now on its way to Hong Kong Read more…

 

Virgin adds Vancouver

Posted: Thursday, May 31st, 2012

Virgin Atlantic Cargo has launched a four times weekly service from Heathrow to Vancouver. Flights depart from London every Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday and Sunday. Dan Parker, vice president, commercial at Virgin Atlantic Cargo, said: “Vancouver is one of Canada’s largest industrial centres and has thriving business sectors such as software development, biotechnology, aerospace and perishables.” Read more…

 

RHA welcomes minister’s action on fuel retailers

Posted: Thursday, May 31st, 2012

The Road Haulage Association has welcomed transport Secretary Justine Greening’s call for fuel retailers to set up their own code of practice so consumers can monitor daily petrol or diesel prices. “We are constantly highlighting the slowness of filling stations to lower their prices to correspond with the price of oil”, said RHA chief executive Read more…

 

New supply chain chief for Office Depot

Posted: Thursday, May 31st, 2012

Office Depot has promoted Mike McCreesh to procurement and supply chain director for the UK and Ireland.  McCreesh McCreesh began his career with Office Depot as a warehouse operative in 1998, and spent four years in transport management and a further five years in distribution management. In his most recent role as head of distribution Read more…

 

Re-delivery service for lorry loads

Posted: Thursday, May 31st, 2012

UK logistics firm Ruck is launching a service to take over and re-deliver loads that have missed their delivery slot, freeing lorries and drivers to resume delivery schedules. Loads that have missed their planned slot can be dropped off at the firm’s 40,000 sq ft ambient food approved warehouse. The driver can sign off the Read more…

 

Key trends shaping the CV industry

Posted: Thursday, May 31st, 2012

Commercial vehicle manufacturers are facing significant change both in markets and supply chains, according to a study by Ernst Young which identifies six “mega-trends” that will drive the industry. The study, Mega trends shaping the global commercial vehicle industry, looks at how stakeholders across the commercial vehicle value chain are likely to be impacted by Read more…

 

Re-delivery service for lorry loads

Posted: Thursday, May 31st, 2012

UK logistics firm Ruck is launching a service to take over and re-deliver loads that have missed their delivery slot, freeing lorries and drivers to resume delivery schedules. Loads that have missed their planned slot can be dropped off at the firm’s 40,000 sq ft ambient food approved warehouse. The driver can sign off the Read more…

 

Commercial Motor 31 May issue on sale now

Posted: Thursday, May 31st, 2012

30 May 2012 By Chris Druce This week’s (31 May) issue of Commercial Motor is a cracker, so here’s a sneak peak of what you’ll want to be reading over the bank holiday weekend. Undercover boss: Discover what Welcome Break boss Rod McKie thought of spending the night in a truck at one of his Read more…

 


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