DHL Supply Chain has joined the Movement to Work scheme, which helps businesses train people aged 18-24. As a result of their membership to the volunary collaboration of UK businesses, DHL will run traineeships for around 430 candidates per annum. Candidates will spend six weeks with the company, where they will learn about, and have a chance to experience, various aspects of the logistics industry, including warehousing, customer service and support services. The first two of the six weeks will […]
DHL has said it is too soon to know the impact that the collapse into administration of its client BHS will have on its operations.
Home delivery networks have seen a surge in business following the introduction of a third national lockdown, according to parcel comparison site ParcelHero.
The UK Warehousing Association (UKWA) is inviting visitors to this year’s Multimodal exhibition to take part in an adapted ‘speed’ version of the Business on the Move board game, which is aimed at getting younger people interested in a career in logistics.