Imperial appoints Robert Berganus to new key contract logistics role

Apr 1, 2020    Supply Chain

Imperial Logistics International has appointed Robert Berganus to the newly-created post of Chief Operating Officer (COO) Contract Logistics, with effect from 1 April 2020.

ABP invests in a fleet of electric forklifts at the Port of Hull

Mar 31, 2020    Supply Chain

A fleet of new, electric four-wheel forklift trucks have arrived at the Port of Hull. The investment of nearly £200,000 ($248,000) is part of an ongoing effort to reduce emissions and make more use of renewable energy generated at the port.

UVeye providing vehicle-safety inspections for emergency fleets

Mar 31, 2020    Supply Chain

An Israeli company has developed contact-free, emergency-vehicle inspection systems equipped with thermal sensors that not only can detect critical vehicle-safety problems, but also can identify drivers and passengers with fevers through car windshields.

BMW Group uses Blockchain to drive supply chain transparency

Mar 31, 2020    Supply Chain

The BMW Group is using innovative digital technologies to optimise its processes. A good example of this is Blockchain, a technology that enables tamper-proof data sharing, with potential applications throughout the entire automotive value chain. The BMW Group is using this technology in purchasing to ensure the traceability of components and raw materials in multi-stage international supply chains.

Inke Onnen-Lübben becomes Branch Manager at MOSOLF Wilhelmshaven

Mar 30, 2020    Supply Chain

Inke Onnen-Lübben (38) is taking over the position of Manager of the MOSOLF branch in Wilhelmshaven, Germany, with effect from 1 April 2020.

Port of Hamburg defers lease and fees for the port sector

Mar 27, 2020    Supply Chain

All tenants of the Hamburg Port Authority (HPA) in the port of Hamburg can apply for the interest-free moratorium of the building- and land lease for the months April, May and June.

Yamaha Motor and Tier IV Establish JV for autonomous transportation service

Mar 27, 2020    Supply Chain

Yamaha Motor Co., Ltd. and Tier IV, Inc. announced the launch of eve autonomy, Inc., a joint-venture company based in Shizuoka Prefecture, Japan, that will develop an autonomous transportation service to help Yamaha Motor and other companies address chronic labour shortages and growing needs for high-mix low-volume production.

Ford introduces ‘No Touch’ servicing at its workshops

Mar 24, 2020    Supply Chain

Despite the coronavirus crisis requiring that many people remain in their homes, for some drivers, companies and organisations, being able to travel by car or van sometimes remains essential.

Port of Savannah up 17% in February

Mar 24, 2020    Supply Chain

The Port of Savannah achieved its busiest February ever, handling 364,405 twenty-foot equivalent container units, an increase of 17% over the same month last year.

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