• Marks and Spencer hires Tesco man as MD for clothing and home
    by Michelle Mooney on 22/11/2019 at 3:39 pm

    Marks and Spencer has appointed Richard Price, currently chief executive of F&F Clothing at Tesco, as MD of its clothing and home division. Chief executive Steve Rowe said: “We are building a team of world class talent in Clothing & Home and, with Richard coming on board, I am confident that the speed and scale The post Marks and Spencer hires Tesco man as MD for clothing and home appeared first on Logistics Manager Magazine.

  • Ocado Group no longer a grocer, says CMA
    by Christopher Walton on 22/11/2019 at 2:50 pm

    Ocado Group has been given the go-ahead to stop calling itself a grocer by the Competition and Markets Authority (CMA), as it shifts its business from online retail to software and robotics. The CMA found that Ocado Group no longer carries out the retail supply of groceries in the UK, and that those activities are The post Ocado Group no longer a grocer, says CMA appeared first on Logistics Manager Magazine.

  • Michelin renews long-standing contract with CEVA Logistics in Spain
    by Michelle Mooney on 22/11/2019 at 2:46 pm

    CEVA Logistics has been awarded a three-year contract to continue handling warehousing and inventory management for Michelin at its Valladolid facility in north-western Spain. CEVA handles the tyre manufacturer’s logistics operations, including the picking, loading and transport of goods bound for Michelin customers in a 592,015 sq ft facility in Valladolid. Jesús Alonso, Valladolid warehouse The post Michelin renews long-standing contract with CEVA Logistics in Spain appeared first on Logistics Manager Magazine.

  • CitySprint looking to hire 500 extra couriers
    by Michelle Mooney on 21/11/2019 at 4:09 pm

    CitySprint is looking to recruit an additional 500 couriers to add to its existing network of 5,000 couriers, ahead of the Christmas peak. The firm will focus primarily on van couriers to keep up with the additional workload, and a specific focus will be placed on London, Manchester and Reading, amongst other major cities. Paul The post CitySprint looking to hire 500 extra couriers appeared first on Logistics Manager Magazine.

  • Walker Logistics signs up three cosmetic companies
    by Michelle Mooney on 21/11/2019 at 2:39 pm

    Walker Logistics has added three clients to its cosmetics and skin care division. Luxie, New Flag, and Grahams Naturals join the Berkshire-based logistics provider and will now have their UK supply chains managed by Walker. The three beauty companies join Walker after their previous 3PL went into administration. William Walker, sales director of Walker Logistics, The post Walker Logistics signs up three cosmetic companies appeared first on Logistics Manager Magazine.