Marks & Spencer has called time on its Neasden, north London DC. However, the high street retailer has said it will open a 495,000ft² clothing and home DC in Welham Green, Hertfordshire, early next year. The plans form part of the company’s five-year transformation programme, announced in November, which aim to modernise the business. This will see M&S continue its journey towards a single-tier, or direct supply model, for its clothing and home distribution network. This will see multiple smaller sites […]
5) Bradley Jacobs Title: CEO XPO Logistics Jacobs has been shaking up the road transport and logistics market in the US since he bought Express-1 Expedited Solutions in 2011 and renamed it XPO Logistics.
Marks & Spencer has renewed its contract with Norbert Dentressangle for a further five years.
XPO Logistics has seen off competitors to clinch a deal with fashion brand Ted Baker to manage its new pan-European DC.