Wincanton has won an eFulfiment contract with Homebase to provide what it describes as “a fully managed customer delivery service”. The deal is part of Wincanton’s eFulfilment proposition. It involves the provision of a carrier management service, which is the result of collaboration between Wincanton and software company Sorted. The service will go live in July 2019, and it is estimated will involve more than 300,000 customer deliveries from Homebase DCs during its first year of operation. Read more Wincanton […]
Share prices in the industry have not changed dramatically since last week. Most have seen a small increase in value, apart from Stobart, which saw its share value remain static.
A significant number of contract wins in XPO Logistics’ Supply Chain and Transport Solutions divisions more than offset a decline in dry bulk volumes during XPOs first full financial year of trading since it acquired Norbert Dentressangle in 2015.
XPO Logistics and House of Fraser may have reached a compromise in their supply chain dispute, which has paralysed the department store chain.