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Archive for August, 2013

Edinburgh and Glasgow’s worst roads named and shamed by Eagle Couriers

Posted: Wednesday, August 14th, 2013

The worst roads in Edinburgh and Glasgow have been named and shamed by Eagle Couriers, which says it is spending £24,000 a year repairing damage to its vehicles caused by potholes. West Port, Charlotte Square and the Western Approach Road have been named by delivery drivers at Eagle Couriers as having some of the worst Read more…

 

FLTA opens online nominations for Awards for Excellence 2014

Posted: Wednesday, August 14th, 2013

Does your company have an excellent new product or service, or a special individual or team that deserves industry-wide recognition? Then get nominating! That’s the advice of the Fork Lift Truck Association, which is now inviting entries for the FLTA Annual Awards for Excellence 2014. “In recent years, many of our Awards Finalists have nominated Read more…

 

Firmly at the core of Leicestershire’s distribution industry

Posted: Wednesday, August 14th, 2013

A Leicestershire company specialising in warehouse and distribution services for retailers such as Marks Spencer and L.K.Bennett has unveiled its new corporate identity after investing £50,000 in a complete rebrand. Retaining its core values, whilst implementing its future strategy within the logistics industry, Core Management Logistics (CML) has undergone its most significant corporate overhaul in Read more…

 

Public says more legislation of cyclists needed to save lives

Posted: Tuesday, August 13th, 2013

13 August 2013 By Christopher Walton Like it or not, cycling is a political issue. While the industry would always back zero fatalities in accidents involving cyclists and LGVs, the cycling lobby has campaigned for increasing use of mirrors, sensors and cameras in and out of the cab – creating a perception that the industry Read more…

 

Sir Moir Lockhead leads Institute of Road Transport Engineers event

Posted: Tuesday, August 13th, 2013

13 August 2013 By Justin Stanton Society of Operations Engineers patron and former First Group chief executive Sir Moir Lockhead will deliver the keynote address at the Institute of Road Transport Engineers (IRTE) conference next month. Sir Moir will discuss technological developments and the secrets of delivering business and operational success. Presentation speakers and topics Read more…

 

Vehicle dealers wary of Block Exemption change

Posted: Tuesday, August 13th, 2013

13 August 2013 By Kevin Swallow Dealers fear they may be forced to invest to meet Block Exemption Regulation (BER) changes by the European Commission, placing greater control in the hands of the manufacturers. The two most significant changes that came into effect on 1 June to BER 330/2010 require franchised dealers to purchase higher Read more…

 

BiS Henderson shortlisted for Women in Logistics Award

Posted: Tuesday, August 13th, 2013

The Novus Trust’s founder company, BiS Henderson has been shortlisted for the Women in Logistics UK: SME of the Year Award 2013, in honour of the work that the company’s chief executive officer Andy Kaye has done through the Trust. Aiming to inspiring tomorrow’s supply chain professionals, The Novus Trust offers a four-year logistics and Read more…

 

Bargain win for Swisslog

Posted: Tuesday, August 13th, 2013

Discount retailer TJ Morris, trading as Home Bargains, has awarded Swisslog a general contractor contract, for the materials handling elements of its new distribution centre. TJ Morris has more than 280 UK stores and plans to expand to more than 700 within the next five years. When complete, the new DC hopes to handle this Read more…

 

Gist names new European business unit director

Posted: Tuesday, August 13th, 2013

Chris Cooijmans has been appointed as Gist’s new business unit director, continental Europe, where he will take responsibility for the management of the company’s entire continental business. With more than 20 years experience within the logistics and wholesaling sector,  Cooijmans has previously worked for companies such as Exel, Ingram Micro, and MOL Logistics. He will Read more…

 

IAG announces new Latin America service

Posted: Tuesday, August 13th, 2013

IAG Cargo is launching a new direct Iberia cargo route, which will connect Quito, Ecuador, to its Madrid hub from 26 October this year. The company has opened a new facility in Quito to accommodate the Airbus A340-600, Iberia’s largest aircraft, which will service the route. Departing from Madrid three times a week, the new Read more…

 


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