Logistics  

ADS will meet domestic supply chain needs of Agility customers

Agility and Rockfarm Supply Chain Solutions announce joint venture

Agility Logistics Solutions and Rockfarm Supply Chain Solutions have recently announced the formation of a joint venture, Agility Domestic Solutions (ADS). The Kuwaiti and US firms have joined forces to provide logistics solutions on an integrated technology platform
£100 million will be made available to UK supply chains

Vince Cable: £100 million to support UK supply chains

Vince Cable announces £100 million in funding will be made available to help companies strengthen their domestic supply chains and create or safeguard thousands of UK jobs. The move is all part of the wider effort to solidify the economy and boost British manufacturing
Chris Crookall, the new Vice President, Liner of ISS

ISS appointment strengthens global Liner expertise

Chris Crookall, who has vast experience with P&O and Maersk Line, has been appointed Vice President, Liner for ISS. He will be able to oversee a number of key expansion projects which will grow ISS' Liner business.
The T-Rex at its former home

FedEx successfully ships T-Rex across USA to Washington

Over the years, import/export chain has transported everything from pandas to windmills to even pieces of the Titanic. But today, the global courier completes its oldest shipment yet - a seven ton, 38 foot long Tyrannosaurus Rex skeleton
Efficient warehousing can help save costs

[Infographic] Efficient Warehousing

Commercial director of Adattsi, Clive O'Hagan, has produced an infographic on the issue of Efficient Warehousing. It tackles all the big talking points that come with operating a new or existing warehouse.
E-invoicing has seen big savings in top logistics companies

Top temperature-controlled logistics businesses make savings

Four of the UK's top eight temperature controlled logistics businesses are achieving substantial cost and efficiency savings using Atlas' secure e-invoicing service. By leaving behind paper invoicing, the companies have enjoyed multiple benefits
Machine to machine communication (M2M) could generate ‘value’ in the region of £10 trillion.

Huge scope for transport and logistics companies to improve service and cut costs

Following on from yesterday's post, we continue looking at the huge potential of the Internet of Things and it's synergy with cloud computing. Having already explained M2M communications and how they can benefit businesses and individuals, David Upton writes specifically about the opportunities it presents the supply chain sector
Machine to machine communication (M2M) could generate ‘value’ in the region of £10 trillion.

The 'Internet of Things' and cloud computing will revolutionise the logistics and transportation industries, says expert

David Upton, is a talented software visionary, technology entrepreneur and was founder of DA Systems in January 1999. In this two-part article, he assesses the likely impact of the Internet of Things on the transport and logistics sector and how it is going to change working patterns.
P&G have announced bold plans to end deforestation in their palm oil supply chain

P&G Sets new sustainability goal: No deforestation in Its Palm Supply Chain by 2020

Company commits to work with local farmers to improve practices. The consumer goods giant aims to wipe out deforestation within the next 6 years.
Qoros 3 Sedan

Qoros signs logistics contract in China & Europe with Unipart

The UK Group, who employ 10,000 staff, will be working with Chinese company over the next five years. As well as building a successful dealer network, a dedicated Qoros aftersales warehouse will be managed by Unipart


Featured Articles + MORE Featured Articles >>