Park Logisitics - Creating Supply Chain Solutions

Park Logistics - Creating supply Chain Solutions

Creating Supply Chain Solutions
Warehousing - Distribution - Fulfilment - Co-Pack

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Email : sales@parklog.co.uk

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Archive for February, 2013

FSDF hits out at F-gas plan

Posted: Monday, February 11th, 2013

The Food Storage and Distribution Federation has criticised EU proposals to minimise emissions of Fluorinated gases which are used in commercial refrigeration systems. Late last year the European Commission announced its review of the F-Gas Regulation, with financially onerous implications for businesses using HFC and HCFC based refrigerants. The review has now been extended to Read more…

 

Bong deal for Canute

Posted: Monday, February 11th, 2013

Bong UK, the Swedish-owned stationery business, has awarded a contract to Canute to distribute envelopes and packaging to customers from the Milton Keynes distribution centre. Canute is providing a mixture of services including a full, consolidated and palletised distribution. Bong’s brands include Plus Fabric, New Guardian, Tyvek and Basildon Bond. “Working with Bong UK means Read more…

 

Government re-accredits courier

Posted: Monday, February 11th, 2013

Courier company DX has had its government accreditation renewed under the Courier Framework Agreement. Accreditation covers a number of courier services including next day delivery, delivery of specifically agreed dangerous and hazardous goods, and the provision of secure delivery services to government and wider public sector. DX is also an accredited postal services framework supplier Read more…

 

3PLs optimistic about 2013

Posted: Monday, February 11th, 2013

UK logistics providers are optimistic about 2013, despite a fall in confidence in the second half of 2012, according to the latest Barclays and Grant Thornton UK Logistics Confidence Index. The survey found  the majority expecting an increase in profits (52 per cent), headcount (37 per cent) and CAPEX spend (57 per cent) over the Read more…

 

New branding for Yearsley

Posted: Monday, February 11th, 2013

Yearsley Group has re-branded all its business divisions with new logos and vehicle livery. It said the aim was to modernise the logo and corporate image of the group and have one brand image across vehicles, literature and electronic media, which could be adopted across both trading divisions – Food and Logistics. New web sites Read more…

 

Type approval van rules relaxed

Posted: Monday, February 11th, 2013

11 February 2013 By George Barrow Operators will no longer have to seek type approval for minor modifications to light commercial vehicles, after the Department for Transport and the Vehicle Certification Agency (VCA) agreed to exempt some alterations from the new EU Whole Vehicle Type Approval (WVTA) regulations. Basic modifications to vans up to 3.5 Read more…

 

Bird’s Groupage Services snapped up by Ballyvesey

Posted: Monday, February 11th, 2013

11 February 2013 By Chris Druce Montgomery Transport Group owner Ballyvesey Holdings has bought out family haulier Bird’s Groupage Services. In a statement the County Atrim-based business confirmed it had completed the purchase of the haulier, which was established more than 100 years ago as JW Bird Haulage. “Birds Transport Logistics [the new trading name Read more…

 

Road Haulage Association takes action on pre-packs and CVAs

Posted: Monday, February 11th, 2013

11 February 2013 By Christopher Walton Any business that enters into an agreement with its creditors or conducts a pre-pack administration will have its Road Haulage Association (RHA) membership cancelled with immediate effect. The RHA has cited concern in the industry about practices such as company voluntary arrangements (CVAs), pre-packs and receiverships. It is also Read more…

 

Driver slams council after receiving bus lane fine despite missing road sign

Posted: Monday, February 11th, 2013

11 February 2013 By Chris Druce An LGV driver has accused a London council of disregarding the haulage industry after he was slapped with a penalty charge notice when he drove into a bus lane around a width restriction. John Norris was fined after making a collection from Bakkavor Pizza in Harrow, north-west London. Norris, Read more…

 

HOPPECKE batteries meet the challenge and go that extra mile

Posted: Saturday, February 9th, 2013

Getting maximum productivity from forklift trucks with minimum energy wastage can be a major challenge, so HOPPECKE Industrial Batteries will be using Olympic technology at IMHX 2013 to demonstrate the importance of managing precious energy resources. Making a powerful energy connection between truck batteries and the human body, the company will invite visitors to its Read more…

 


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