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Park Logistics - Creating supply Chain Solutions

Creating Supply Chain Solutions
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Archive for March, 2014

The Microlise Annual Transport Conference moves to larger venue

Posted: Wednesday, March 26th, 2014

The Microlise Transport Conference a key event in the transport industry’s calendar. With over 400 delegates and a raft of positive feedback in 2013, the news is spreading quickly… so much so that the 2014 event is being held at the 650 seat auditorium and main exhibition hall at the Ricoh Arena in Coventry to Read more…

 

Manufacturing and Logistics IT Magazine launches NEWS App

Posted: Wednesday, March 26th, 2014

The leading specialist supply chain IT solutions magazine has launched a NEW App delivering the very latest articles to your mobile device. The Manufacturing Logistics News App has live feeds from LogisticsIT.com and the material handling website LogisticsHandling.com. There are also links to the digital issues of the magazine and a live feed from the Read more…

 

Deutsche Post DHL chooses Vanderlande Industries

Posted: Wednesday, March 26th, 2014

Deutsche Post DHL and Vanderlande Industries have signed a frame agreement for the supply of the sorting and logistics handling systems for its new network of automated delivery bases throughout Germany. This means that a minimum of twenty new sites per year will be realised for the coming years. These investments are in response to Read more…

 

B&Q plan to reduce supply chain complexity

Posted: Wednesday, March 26th, 2014

BQ is focusing on reducing complexity in its end-to-end supply chain to reduce costs and support lower prices, according to parent company Kingfisher. In its preliminary results, Kingfisher said  sales at BQ UK Ireland were up 0.4 per cent (+0.1 per centlike-for-like) to £3.7 billion. In October last year, Kevin O’Byrne, an executive director of Read more…

 

Restricted licences are a nonsense, says RHA

Posted: Wednesday, March 26th, 2014

26 March 2014 By Chris Tindall The Road Haulage Association (RHA) said restricted licences are a “nonsense” and should be scrapped, in order that standards are driven up. The call came after the traffic commissioner for London and the South East, Nick Denton, complained that too many restricted licence holders seemed to be “content to Read more…

 

Lidl looking for subbies

Posted: Wednesday, March 26th, 2014

26 March 2014 By Hayley Pink Lidl is on the hunt for new subcontractors to help service the “exceptional growth” of its store network. The budget supermarket chain told CM the business has been expanding dramatically across the UK, but particularly strong growth had been seen in three key areas: Runcorn, Cheshire; Enfield, north London; Read more…

 

Impounding decision upheld by judge

Posted: Tuesday, March 25th, 2014

25 March 2014 By Roger Brown Upper Tribunal judge Mark Hinchliffe has dismissed an appeal from Paul Baird for the return of an impounded truck, describing the approach, legal analysis, factual findings and ultimate conclusion of the traffic commissioner as “sound” . In a decision following a January appeal hearing in Edinburgh, upper tribunal judge Read more…

 

Mercedes-Benz Arocs for JR Allen & Son

Posted: Tuesday, March 25th, 2014

25 March 2014 By Roger Brown Peterborough-based concrete contractor JR Allen Son has acquired an 8×4 Mercedes-Benz Arocs concrete mixer. The truck, supplied by the Intercounty Truck Van dealership, has a Mercedes PowerShift 3 automated transmission and is powered by the 10.7-litre OM470 engine, rated at 422hp. In a typical day each of the company’s Read more…

 

More help needed for flooded Somerset farmers

Posted: Tuesday, March 25th, 2014

25 March 2014 By Ashleigh Wight Farmers in Somerset are still in desperate need of haulage to help deliver animal feed following last month’s floods, the founder of charity Forage Aid has stressed. Andrew Ward, arable farmer and founder of charity Forage Aid, told Commercialmotor.com that the charity will need help from hauliers to deliver Read more…

 

HGV Task Force prosecutes two more hauliers in crackdown

Posted: Tuesday, March 25th, 2014

25 March 2014 By Roger Brown The Industrial HGV Task Force (IHTF), set up last October to crack down on non-compliant operators in London, has successfully prosecuted two more hauliers and a driver for various offences. In a series of hearings at City of London Magistrates Court this month: KP Waste was fined £1,008 and Read more…

 


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