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Archive for July, 2014

Board appointments for Container Owners Association

Posted: Tuesday, July 1st, 2014

The Container Owners Association has added two new members to its Board of Directors. WJ Yang, senior vice president and operation group head, Hanjin Shipping; and Uffe Ernst-Frederiksen, head of cargo management, Maersk Line. The COA is an international organisation, representing the interests of all owners of freight containers, including container shipping lines, container leasing Read more…


Meeting the challenge of large scale transformation

Posted: Tuesday, July 1st, 2014

Argos is undergoing a change to become a best in class digital retailer – this has a huge and complex impact on imports and distribution. Las Perera, head of imports, will give an overview of the challenges and success of a large scale transformation when he speaks at the Omni-Channel Conference in September. The Omni-Channel Read more…


Launch of New Board Game Seeks to Transform Supply Chain Learning

Posted: Tuesday, July 1st, 2014

Three years after its inception, today sees the official launch of an innovative new board game designed to teach young people of all ages about the importance of today’s supply chain in global commerce. The game – Business on the Move – aims to inspire, excite and educate young people from the age of 9 Read more…


Impact Handling steers course for increased ports focus

Posted: Tuesday, July 1st, 2014

Impact Handling has been appointed as a nationwide distributor for the Konecranes range of heavy-duty lift trucks, extending its materials handling portfolio from the smallest pallet trucks to specialist port-based machines with lifting capacities of up to 80 tonnes. The agreement follows three years after Konecranes signed Impact Handling’s parent company, Eqstra Industrial Equipment, as Read more…


Fake bank statements end in O-licence refusal

Posted: Tuesday, July 1st, 2014

01 July 2014 By Roger Brown Traffic commissioner (TC) for Scotland Joan Aitken (pictured) has refused a would-be haulier an O-licence after he produced false bank statements in an attempt to meet the financial standing requirements. In a written decision after a public inquiry in Edinburgh in June, the TC refused the application by Roman Read more…


iForce launches carriage management system for retailers

Posted: Tuesday, July 1st, 2014

iForce  has today launched its commercial software package Route Genie, which  provides advanced carriage management capability for retailers. “We have spent a great deal of time and money to take our base carriage management software, used by many of our existing clients to a new level of operational and customer service capability to produce a Read more…