DX, which listed on AIM in February, has said that the focus for the next three years will be the turnaround of the former Nightfreight business, which is now called DX Freight. The move to one, unified, network infrastructure – incorporating both DX and former Nightfreight business – is being conducted under the banner of OneDX. To date it has seen the closure of 12 sites (DX runs out of some 70 service centres) and the opening of three new […]
DX Group has been refused planning permission for its proposed super hub in Essington, Staffordshire.
DX Group has had its accreditation to provide courier services to the Government Procurement Service renewed.
With volumes and demand on the up, 2012 has been a year of change for parcel carriers. But adjusting to the increase in demand in a competitive market has been easier for some than it has for others. Motortransport.co.uk looks back at some of the biggest stories in the parcel market during the past 12 months. UPS agrees TNT takeover bid Parcel giant UPS’ planned acquisition of TNT Express was one of the most talked about stories in the parcels […]