Park Logisitics - Creating Supply Chain Solutions

Park Logistics - Creating supply Chain Solutions

Creating Supply Chain Solutions
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Archive for September, 2012

TNT chief leaves the business

Posted: Monday, September 24th, 2012

Marie-Christine Lombard, chief executive officer of TNT Express, is leaving to pursue an external career opportunity. The company, which is in the process of being taken over by UPS, has appointed Bernard Bot as interim CEO. Antony Burgmans, chairman of the supervisory board, said: “It is regrettable that Marie-Christine has decided to leave TNT Express Read more…

 

MenKind picks Torque

Posted: Monday, September 24th, 2012

MenKind, the multi-channel retailer specialising in giftware for men, has chosen Torque to handle its logistics. MenKind sells toys, gadgets, tools, novelty items and men’s accessories from two on-line sites and 26 permanent shops. At Christmas it operates another 25-30 sites and one of the challenges was to find a logistics provider that could handle Read more…

 

Stairlifts win for DB Schenker Logistics

Posted: Monday, September 24th, 2012

Stannah Stairlifts has chosen Schenker, the UK arm of DB Schenker Logistics, to handle its airfreight business on a three year contract. Last year Schenker won a two year contract for Stannah’s European land transport. Chris Ward, Stannah Stairlifts’ distribution manager said: “Since we have started working with DB Schenker the customer service that has Read more…

 

40pc of customers see savings from Daily Maersk

Posted: Monday, September 24th, 2012

Maersk’s “Daily Maersk” service has saved money for two in five customers, according to a survey by the shipping line. The service was launched a year ago on the Asia–North Europe trade lane. It offers a daily cut-off at the same time every day, seven days a week, and always with the exact same transport Read more…

 

Arnold goes to The Woodland

Posted: Monday, September 24th, 2012

Logistics firm The Woodland Group, has appointed Paul Arnold as head of air freight. Arnold is responsible for developing routes to North America and exploring opportunities in Asia and other developing markets. He has previously worked as managing director of Swissport Cargo Services UK, and as chief executive of Celebi Delhi Cargo Terminal management of Read more…

 

Plans for a South London Waitrose.com facility inch forward

Posted: Monday, September 24th, 2012

Planners looking into the development of a 79,654 sq ft warehouse facility for a dot.com company on a site in the Ullswater Industrial Estate in Coulsdon, Croydon have requested further information, which the local press is trumpeting as evidence that Waitrose has selected Croydon as its new South London dot.com hub location. Earlier this year Read more…

 

Bulmor’s Silent Power

Posted: Monday, September 24th, 2012

Ever the innovator and always studying what the market is looking for Bulmor Lancer has just introduced the EQN 40 – 50 range which offers the famous and highly practical sideloader format combined with ample electric power to reduce emissions and reducing the noise level to a minimum. The models provide 4 and 5 ton Read more…

 

Eddie Stobart Doncaster protesters turned away from work

Posted: Monday, September 24th, 2012

24 September 2012 By derren hayes Around 40 Eddie Stobart drivers who took part in a protest over planned redundancies at its Doncaster DC were turned away from work when arriving for their shifts later that day, according to union Unite. Managers at the company said the drivers weren’t fit for work after holding a Read more…

 

Hampshire gritter drivers dispute

Posted: Monday, September 24th, 2012

24 September 2012 By derren hayes Gritter drivers employed by Amey Highways under its contract to maintain Hampshire’s road network could be balloted for industrial action over a terms and conditions dispute. Unions representing the drivers who work on the Hampshire contract say talks with Amey’s management over proposed changes to how employees are paid Read more…

 

Blaze hits Ramage Transport site

Posted: Monday, September 24th, 2012

24 September 2012 By derren hayes North East-based family haulier Ramage Transport has remained opened for business despite a huge fire at the weekend that destroyed offices and warehousing, taking 40 firefighters 24-hours to put out. The blaze at the company’s transport office on New York Way, Shiremoor, is thought to have started in a Read more…

 


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