ReCharge report highlights the need for more shore power infrastructure

Sep 5, 2017    Supply Chain

Shore power and charging infrastructure could reduce CO2 emissions by as much as 12.5 million tonnes at ports in Norway every year, said a new report from umbrella body ReCharge.

GBA takes next step in European expansion

Sep 4, 2017    Supply Chain

Time-critical logistics operator GBA Services has launched its latest European operation, to cover the German market.

DHL awarded new three-year contract to manage BMW Group's Vehicle Distribution Centre in the UK

Sep 4, 2017    Supply Chain

DHL will create a UK centre of excellence for specialist vehicle repairs, optimising vehicle conditioning times and repair methods for used cars.

MAN rolls TGE van out in core Euro markets in left- and right-hand-drive

Sep 1, 2017    Supply Chain

Four months after the successful launch of the new MAN TGE in Germany, Austria, Switzerland and the Netherlands, MAN is turning its attention to other core European markets in September.

Port of Houston reopens after Hurricane Harvey

Sep 1, 2017    Supply Chain

All of Port Houston facilities have resumed operations after partly re-opening on September 1, and Barbours Cut Terminal (BCT) and Bayport gates will be open on Labor Day, September 4.

MetroGistics appoints Susan Moritz as VP of Business Development

Aug 31, 2017    Supply Chain

MetroGistics has hired Susan Moritz as Vice-President of business development, where she will be responsible for leading and growing the OEM and Mega Dealer business segments.

Cummins beats Tesla to electric heavy truck technology reveal

Aug 31, 2017    Supply Chain

Cummins have unveiled a revolutionary all-electric powertrain in a demonstrator truck and a range extender version will follow soon.

New CFO at Koopman Logistics Group

Aug 31, 2017    Supply Chain

Maurice de Wilde has been appointed CFO of Koopman Logistics Group in Noordhorn as of October 1st 2017.

Freight and logistics sector still short of drivers says UK association survey

Aug 29, 2017    Supply Chain

The freight and logistics sector is still suffering a shortage of skilled drivers, according to the Freight Transport Association (FTA)'s July Quarterly Transport Activity Survey (QTAS), sponsored by Santander Corporate Banking.

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