Tag Archives: supply chain

Suttons appoint new Chairman

Suttons appoint new Chairman

Logistics and supply chain specialists Suttons Group has today announced the appointment of Graeme McFaull as chairman with effect from 4th January 2016. Graeme will take over the role following the untimely death of the former longstanding Chairman, Michael Sutton, in May 2015. John Sutton, Suttons Group CEO said: “The …

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Palletways taps into Lecico for logistics contract

Palletways taps into Lecico for logistics contract

Lecico, one of the world’s largest designers and manufacturers of bathroom suites and fittings, has appointed Palletways to handle its deliveries to plumbers and builders merchants across the UK. Palletways, the UK’s largest palletised freight network, expects to move in excess of 20,000 pallets annually for the firm. Sean Klemis …

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Renovotec launches ‘Rugged Hardware Audit’™ service

Renovotec launches ‘Rugged Hardware Audit’™ service

→Free service “crunches the numbers” to identify the best balance of rugged hardware purchase and rental for supply chain users →Service can cut rugged hardware costs by up to 20%, say Renovotec →Suitable for warehousing and distribution, retail and manufacturing companies Renovotec, the UK’s fastest growing rugged hardware provider for …

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XPO Logistics supports The Entertainer’s growth with 10-year agreement to manage new national distribution centre

The Entertainer, the UK’s fastest growing multichannel high street toy retailer, has extended its contract with XPO Logistics to manage its national storage and distribution operations for the next 10 years. This includes strengthening The Entertainer’s supply chain to support growth through the implementation and management of the retailer’s major …

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Crisis at Calais – unprecedented says FTA

FTA sponsors MT Operational & Compliance Award 2016

Violent scenes witnessed in and around Calais have been described as unprecedented by the Freight Transport Association (FTA). Touring the Eurotunnel facilities on what was expected to be the busiest day of the year for vehicles travelling through Calais, FTA’s Chris Yarsley saw thousands of migrants attacking trucks as they …

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