DHL has been appointed the official partner for FC Bayern Munich, covering international logistics and e-commerce fulfilment.
Menzies Distribution has claimed it is in advanced discussions with major retailers about extending its recently-launched high street logistics service, despite the venture still being in its early stages.
Arrow XL is the UK’s largest multi-user two-man home delivery specialist, delivering around 6,000 orders every day. It was created in April 2013 with the rebranding of Yodel XL to “differentiate itself from its sister company, parcel carrier Yodel”. Chief executive Ian Howell joined Arrow XL in October 2013. His career spans 23 years in logistics and retail, starting with 10 years in operational roles for third party logistics operators including Wincanton and Tibbett & Britten. In 2000 he moved […]
Pall-Ex has said it is set to roll a ‘through the night service’ out across selected urban areas in the UK after its success running the service in London.
Leicestershire-based Premier Logistics has unveiled a new fleet of trailers to promote its Irish delivery service.
On one hand you have a Scottish government saying it will be “business as usual” for hauliers on both sides of the border, and in the other you have a UK government warning that there will be legal and economic repercussions for a newly independent state. But which is better? There’s only one way to find out! FIIGGHHHTTT… wait. It doesn’t have to come to that as we live in a free democracy these days and Scots can go to […]
Great Bear Distribution, based in Chester, has announced a new contract with soft drinks producer Cott Beverages for warehousing services in the Midlands.
John Lewis has completed a nationwide roll-out of its click and collect offering at CollectPlus outlets, following a successful trial that began in September last year.
Unite has confirmed that union members at UPS’s Luton depot will hold a demonstration next week, following a number of similar demonstrations throughout July and August.
Last week the DVSA revealed that it would be cutting annual test fees at ATFs this autumn, a move that will surely be welcomed by ATF operators and their users alike. DVSA test fees, however, are set to increase, along with a 1% rise in operator licensing fees.