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  • Supply Chain Excellence Awards 2020: “I’m looking for an entry that delivers on multiple levels”
    by Christopher Walton on 05/06/2020 at 12:00 pm

    One judge for the Supply Chain Excellence Awards 2020 has called on entries to reflect a year that has demonstrated the importance of the sector to the UK.  Chris Warn​ is global logistics director at Pentland Brands – home to names such as Speedo, Berghaus and Canterbury of New Zealand. His logistics and supply chain The post Supply Chain Excellence Awards 2020: “I’m looking for an entry that delivers on multiple levels” appeared first on Logistics Manager Magazine.

  • Amazon sets up new delivery station in Belfast
    by Christopher Walton on 05/06/2020 at 11:53 am

    Amazon is opening a new delivery station in Northern Ireland to meet a jump in demand. The 9,500 sq ft warehouse is located at Channel Commercial Park in Titanic Quarter, Belfast and is expected to bring 15 new jobs. The company runs a fulfilment centre close-by but the new delivery station was required  to deal The post Amazon sets up new delivery station in Belfast appeared first on Logistics Manager Magazine.

  • Linkline updates TMS for home delivery service
    by Michelle Mooney on 05/06/2020 at 10:39 am

    Northamptonshire-based Fortec member Linkline Transport is to expand into home delivery and is using Mandata’s cloud-based Transport Management System (TMS) to support its operations. Linkline will combine general loads with individual parcels and drivers will react to ongoing route changes and new jobs via PDAs. Tom Ball, general manager at Linkline, said: “Coronavirus has triggered The post Linkline updates TMS for home delivery service appeared first on Logistics Manager Magazine.

  • Brexit implementation period necessary for logistics to “prepare effectively”
    by Christopher Walton on 05/06/2020 at 9:10 am

    The FTA has called for an implementation period for whatever Brexit agreement the government reaches in Brexit negotiations – so logistics and supply chain can “prepare effectively”. With less that seven months to go until the end of the Brexit transition period the association also said that the government must consider how the Northern Ireland The post Brexit implementation period necessary for logistics to “prepare effectively” appeared first on Logistics Manager Magazine.

  • Linde and Europa on schedule for Corby warehouse opening despite Covid-19 concerns
    by Christopher Walton on 05/06/2020 at 8:40 am

    Europa Worldwide Group division Europa Warehouse has said that its £60m warehouse in Corby, Northamptonshire will open on schedule, despite the impact of Covid-19. Linde Material Handling UK started working on the project with Europa in August 2019 and has supplied 78 miles of pallet racking space – with an overall capacity of 97,000 locations The post Linde and Europa on schedule for Corby warehouse opening despite Covid-19 concerns appeared first on Logistics Manager Magazine.

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