The Unite union has suspended strike action planned for today (5 June) by 51 warehouse workers at a DHL Supply Chain-run site in West Thurrock, Essex to allow a “window of opportunity for positive talks”. The union-represented employees unanimously voted to stage a 24-hour walkout last month over terms and conditions after the decision to transfer the DHL contract and staff to NFT Distribution on 6 June. Read more: DHL ‘disappointed’ after Thurrock staff vote to strike over transfer to […]
NFT has won what it has described as a “significant contract” to provide UK-wide temperature-controlled distribution to Southern Salads.
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).
Both DHL and the RHA have urged Grangemouth Refinery owner Ineos, the Unite union and workers at the plant, to swiftly resolve their differences and resume fuel production.