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  • CollectPlus teams up with Gett Delivery for London returns
    CollectPlus has teamed with Gett Delivery to offer London's online shoppers a new returns service, whereby Gett couriers will pick up customers' unwanted purchases from their homes or offices and deliver them to the nearest CollectPlus store....
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    Source: Post & Parcel
  • Air Business chooses ID Mail as automation partner
    Air Business has selected ID Mail Systems as its automation partner for the supply of its first OCR mail & packet sorting system and supporting semi automated processing stations....
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    Source: Post & Parcel
  • Autonomous grocery delivery trials begin in Greenwich
    In a first for the UK, an autonomous (aka driverless) vehicle is being used to deliver groceries in an urban, residential environment in the London borough of Greenwich....
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    Source: Post & Parcel
  • Posti announces early-morning delivery merger
    Posti has announced it will merge its early-morning delivery, or newspaper delivery, under its subsidiary, Posti Palvelut....
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    Source: Post & Parcel
  • DHL launches Supply Chain Security Consultancy service
    DHL Global Forwarding Americas offers a formal global supply chain security consultancy...
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    Source: Logistics Newsroom (EN)
  • DVSA roadside checks of UK lorries to include emissions checks
    The UK's Department for Transport has announced that, from August, roadside checks of lorries carried out by the Driver and Vehicle Standards Agency (DVSA) will include an emissions check....
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    Source: Post & Parcel
  • Cimcorp Working to See the Manufacture Creating Automated Logistics Systems
    Cimcorp the manufacturer and integrator of turnkey robotic handling services has received a significant order. The work will see the manufacturer creating automated logistics systems that will be used at a tire plant in Algeria. The factory that will be the end location for this logistics systems is a new...
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    Source: Transport & Logistics Magazine
  • Tesco reportedly set to cut back on head office staff
    UK supermarket Tesco - which announced its new Tesco Now one-hour delivery service earlier this week - is reportedly planning to cut up to 1,200 jobs at its head office....
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    Source: Post & Parcel
  • SPAR picks DHL to support Thailand growth
    SPAR International is to partner with DHL Supply Chain and the Bangchak Retail Company to establish up to 300 new convenience stores in Thailand by the end of 2020. DHL Supply Chain will support the development of the network with transport, distribution and warehousing services across Thailand, with BCR providing...
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    Source: Logistics Newsroom (EN)
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    LM previews first autonomous grocery delivery van
    Logistics Manager’s editorial team got a preview of Ocado’s autonomous truck as it paced the streets of Woolwich during its live grocery delivery trials. Senior reporter Alex Leonards examines Ocado’s new autonomous delivery truck. The delivery trials are part of the TRL-led GATEway project, which involves ‘CargoPod’, an autonomous vehicle developed by...
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    Source: Logistics Manager
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    The Range opens £100m distribution centre
    The Range has opened its £100 million distribution centre at Avonmouth, which will be operated by DHL Supply Chain. The distribution hub, designed to support the rapid expansion of The Range home retail brand, is one of the largest in the UK at 1.2M sq. ft. – 14 and ½ times...
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    Source: Logistics Manager
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    Amazon patents urban drone centres
    Amazon has patented what it calls “multi-level fulfilment centres” for drones in urban areas. The fulfilment centres would be designed to accommodate landing and take-off of drones, “possibly in an urban setting”, such as in a densely populated area. In the patent, Amazon said that unlike traditional fulfilment centres, the drone centre...
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    Source: Logistics Manager
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    Cyber attack hits Maersk booking system
    Maersk, the world’s largest container line, has warned customers that it cannot accept future bookings or provide quotes following the global cyber attack, named Petya, on 27th June. In a statement, it said: “We can confirm that some of our IT and communications infrastructure have been impacted and we have proactively...
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    Source: Logistics Manager
  • FTA demands clarification on EU workers’ rights
    The Freight Transport Association has warned that that the logistics industry “could grind to a halt” without EU workers, and it is demanding urgent clarification on the timing of introduction of new workers’ rights for EU nationals working in the UK. EU workers currently account for 13 per cent of HGV...
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    Source: Logistics Manager
  • Aston to offer Novus degree
    Aston University is to offer Novus degrees in Business and Supply Chain Management from September – the first expansion of the scheme since it was launched with the University of Huddersfield four years ago. Novus graduates are guaranteed a job with one the companies that sponsor the scheme. There are currently...
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    Source: Logistics Manager
  • Kavis Announced That They Have Outsourced the Management of Their UK B2C Supply Chain
    Kavis, the company that manufactures and supplies disposable food and catering products as well as packaging and utensils has announced that they have outsourced the management of their UK B2C supply chain to Walker Logistics. The Disposable food and catering product supplier have needed to outsource the management of their...
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    Source: Transport & Logistics Magazine
  • Kerry Logistics launches weekly China/Germany LCL rail freight service
    Kerry Logistics has launched a new weekly scheduled Less Than Container Load (LCL) rail freight service between Duisburg in Germany and Shanghai....
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    Source: Logistics Newsroom (EN)
  • Kerry Logistics launches weekly China/Germany LCL rail freight service
    Kerry Logistics has launched a new weekly scheduled Less Than Container Load (LCL) rail freight service between Duisburg in Germany and Shanghai....
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    Source: Post & Parcel
  • Target launches “next-day essentials delivery” pilot in Minneapolis
    Retailer Target has launched a "next-day essentials delivery" pilot in the Minneapolis area....
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    Source: Post & Parcel
  • ArrowXL expands capacity at Wigan hub
    The UK-based two-man home delivery specialist ArrowXL has completed work on a £1.7m high bay pallet racking system at its warehouse in Wigan....
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    Source: Post & Parcel
  • Alibaba raises stake in Lazada
    Alibaba will invest $1bn to increase its stake in Lazada from 51% to around 83%....
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    Source: Post & Parcel

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