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Park Logistics - Creating supply Chain Solutions

Creating Supply Chain Solutions
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Archive for October, 2012

O-licence revoked for ‘gross non-compliance’

Posted: Wednesday, October 31st, 2012

31 October 2012 By Roger Brown North East Traffic Commissioner (TC), Kevin Rooney has revoked the O-licence of Richard Alan Transport, describing safety and driver standards at the Doncaster operator as “grossly non-compliant”. In a written decision following a September public inquiry in Leeds, the TC banned sole trader Alan Richard Sables – who specialises Read more…

 

Intermodal transport system CargoBeamer to start commercial operations in Europe

Posted: Wednesday, October 31st, 2012

The start of CargoBeamer’s commercial operations in Europe was marked by a successful test drive from Leipzig (Germany) to Calais (France) recently, completing a series of tests proving that CargoBeamer fulfils all technical and operational requirements to run on the European rail network. CargoBeamer is a European transport system consisting of special wagons and terminals Read more…

 

Acumen opens new warehouse in Halewood

Posted: Wednesday, October 31st, 2012

Acumen Distribution Ltd, a wholly owned subsidiary of the Acumen Logistics Group and one of the UK’s fastest growing logistics companies, has opened a new warehouse in Halewood, Liverpool.  The 50,000 sq ft racked warehouse, situated in Speke Boulevard close to Junction 6 of the M62, comprises of 1914 pallet locations as well as a Read more…

 

Jungheinrich receives CILT Award

Posted: Wednesday, October 31st, 2012

Leading intra-logistics solutions manufacturer Jungheinrich UK Ltd was named winner of the Warehouse and Materials Handling Award at the Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transport’s (CILT) recent Annual Awards for Excellence ceremony. The CILT Awards for Excellence recognise outstanding achievements within the transport and logistics industry and took place at the London Marriot Hotel, Grosvenor Read more…

 

Contract extension for ACS&T

Posted: Wednesday, October 31st, 2012

Italian food supplier TICCO Foods has awarded a multi-year contract extension to ACST Logistics as its sole UK distributor. ACST will receive inbound stock at its Wolverhampton depot from suppliers in the UK and Italy, and deliver consolidated pallets to cafes and restaurants via two dedicated TICCO Foods trucks. Jay Sanghera, Managing Director of TICCO Read more…

 

House of Fraser takes Stibo inventory management system

Posted: Wednesday, October 31st, 2012

House of Fraser has taken on Stibo Systems to implement its proprietary STEP data management system. This is in order to consolidate all product information into a single repository where it can be managed effectively by merchandisers and product managers.  The STEP platform is expected to deliver accurate and consistent information to all sales channels. Read more…

 

BT launches cloud-based service for global supply chains

Posted: Wednesday, October 31st, 2012

BT has added cloud-based capabilities to BT Trace, its supply chain service. The new cloud service collects, stores, shares and interprets high volume event data about goods and assets moving along an extended global supply chain. In addition, it integrates information from the various resource planning and IT systems used by global companies – and Read more…

 

TNT Post teams up with CollectPlus for international delivery

Posted: Wednesday, October 31st, 2012

TNT Post has teamed up with CollectPlus, which is jointly owned by Yodel and payPoint, to offer an international parcel delivery service for SMEs. This will allow small to medium retailers and web merchants to send their international items worldwide with TNT Post by dropping them off at the 4,800 local corner shops in the CollectPlus Read more…

 

Department for Transport says no to Bath LGV ban

Posted: Wednesday, October 31st, 2012

31 October 2012 By Chris Tindall The Department for Transport (DfT) has upheld an appeal against an LGV ban in Bath city centre. The local council wanted to stop heavy commercial vehicles from using part of the Primary Route Network on the A36, despite objections from neighbouring authorities, the Highways Agency and the Road Haulage Read more…

 

A11 widening to begin in January

Posted: Wednesday, October 31st, 2012

31 October 2012 By Robin Meczes A two-year project to upgrade the last remaining single carriageway section on the A11 will start in January, roads minister Stephen Hammond has announced. The Fiveways to Thetford dualling and improvement scheme will widen 5.5 miles of the A11, a key route between the M11 and Norwich, and involve Read more…

 


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