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Archive for June, 2012

Coke expands gas truck fleet

Posted: Friday, June 1st, 2012

Coca-Cola Enterprises has taken delivery of 13 gas-powered Iveco Stralis six by two rigid trucks, following a year-long trial. They will be used to deliver soft drinks in and around London this summer. They will be based at CCE’s Enfield depot in North London, although will temporarily operate from a satellite facility in Dagenham this Read more…


Potter pick Calidus for five sites

Posted: Friday, June 1st, 2012

Potter Group Logistics has selected the Calidus warehouse management system from OBS Logistics to help manage its five national distribution centres. The WMS will be used at Ripon, Selby, Droitwich, Knowsley and Ely. It will provide over-the-web interfacing with customers and EDI links for paperless and automatic ordering. The group is also evaluating the use Read more…


Hellmann pushes up volumes

Posted: Friday, June 1st, 2012

Hellmann Worldwide Logistics UK has reported a two per cent rise in road freight shipment volumes in its first quarter results despite a flat market. The company said a Hellmann a new trailer planning system had helped push up gross margins by four percentage points against the same period in 2011. A general up-turn in Read more…


Scania’s Driver CPC accredited by the Institute of Advanced Motorists

Posted: Friday, June 1st, 2012

Scania’s Driver CPC course has been accredited by the Institute of Advanced Motorists driver training company, Drive Survive. The course is officially entitled Safe Fuel Efficient Driving (LGV PCV) Scania Driver CPC Module B. IAM Drive Survive chief executive Simon Best said: “By inviting our examiners to scrutinise its training first hand, Scania more than Read more…