Claims by the GMB union that an Asos warehouse had become “a cradle of disease” after warehouse workers contracted Covid-19 have been firmly rebutted by the retailer, as well as by its recognised trade union. Asos said there was no evidence to suggest nine confirmed coronavirus cases at its Barnsley warehouse were contracted at its site and that the percentage of its team affected was significantly lower than the national average. A spokesman said Asos and XPO Logistics, which manages […]
A range of the transport sector’s leading operators have given an optimistic trading forecast for the rest of 2021 and beyond, with many continuing to report soaring volumes.
Logistics companies are paying thousands of pounds to private clinics to test their drivers and warehouse staff for the coronavirus in the absence of widespread testing for the disease by the NHS.
The Greater London Authority (GLA) has appointed Savills to help it balance the need for housing and industrial land in the capital.