A strike set to affect DHL’s operations in South Yorkshire has been halted after staff accepted an improved pay deal. Workers at three DHL Supply Chain sites in South Yorkshire this week accepted an improved pay offer of 2.6% starting June 2016. Unite, which represented the staff, said that 15 days of planned strikes would not now go-ahead. The pay deal is understood to apply to all warehouse operatives across the two DHL sites at Bawtry and also at the […]
Union Prospect has confirmed a strike by its members at the DVSA. It comes after it received support for industrial action in a ballot over the pay and conditions that will apply as part of the introduction of the Next Generation Testing (NGT) model the agency is rolling out nationwide, and also over new flexible working patterns more generally.
Mergers and acquisitions (M&A) activity in the transport sector throughout the world is predicted to rise for the fourth consecutive year, according to a report from KPMG.
DHL Supply Chain is looking to show the market “absolute clear differentiation” from its rival 3PLs under the leadership of its new UK and Ireland chief executive Paul Dyer (pictured).