Union Unite is to recommend to its members a settlement with DHL and four companies providing the operator with agency staff on its contract with Jaguar Land Rover.
Shanks Waste Management has appointed Norbert Dentressangle to manage European export of low carbon fuel from its Kettering and Glasgow materials recycling facilities.
UK Pallets has added two new partners – Neill & Brown Global Logistics and Hellmann Worldwide Logistics – as part of the “continued development” of the network.
Turners (Soham) has acquired hazardous logistics specialist Lewis Tankers, as part of a strategy to expand its ADR operations.
Yearsley Logistics has completed the first phase of its new £20m northern ‘superhub’ in Heywood, Greater Manchester.
Tesco has received planning permission to develop a 134,333 ft² DC near Abingdon, Oxfordshire.
The promise of a solid first half in its financial year did little to improve investor confidence in Stobart Group – because investors were already ahead of the curve. On 17 April it was trading at a year low of 76.5pence per share. Today its at its year high of 109.5p – proving that investors have faith in the direction Andrew Tinkler is taking the company.
For decades the government has been urged to make competition fairer between UK and foreign operators but, now action is being finally taken, how effective will it prove, asks Guy Sheppard. When the HGV Road User Levy comes into force in April, Rob Hollyman, MD of Purfleet-based UK and international distribution company YTL, is unlikely to celebrate – despite first lobbying for it in the mid-1980s. The government says it will help create a level playing field for UK operators […]
Leicester-based Premier Logistics has added a second southern site to its rapidly growing operation.
Nightline Logistics has joined the Fortec Distribution Network as it seeks to enter the next phase of growth.