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Emotional and technological intelligence is at the heart of the best future leaders

According to an in-depth new research report, if business leaders in the logistics industry are unable to tap into their emotional intelligence and communicate better, there will be no place for them in the board room. more

Challenge, respect and teamwork for all to see at Toyota Material Handling European Football Tournament

The Toyota Way principles of Challenge, Respect and Teamwork were evident throughout as eleven teams of Toyota Material colleagues took part in an international football tournament in September. more

Innovative CILT(UK) Brexit readiness training launched

The Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transport’s brand new CILT-TV initiative will be the backbone of a new and essential Brexit Readiness training programme.  more

DS Smith helps Bloom & Wild delight with fresh e-commerce packaging

Inventor of letterbox flowers, Bloom & Wild, was seeking the right partner to develop a bespoke new decorative box for hand tied flowers.  more

Lord Bamford officially opens new £50 million JCB Germany HQ

JCB Chairman Lord Bamford has officially opened a new headquarters for one of its most important European businesses in an investment worth around £50 million.  more

Campisa UK Enjoys Award-Winning Launch at IMHX

Campisa, a leading supplier of industrial doors and loading bay equipment, made a successful entrance to the UK market at IMHX, the major intralogistics exhibition held recently at Birmingham’s NEC. ... more

Significant growth sees SCALA’s profit and revenue soar

SCALA, a leading provider of management services for the supply chain and logistics sector, has reported a record-breaking year for turnover and profitability. more

RTITB transforms lift truck training with eTruck UK

RTITB is changing lift truck training forever with its new offering, eTruck UK - a completely unique digital storytelling tool that will increase training effectiveness while reducing training time by as much as two days per course. more

Risks over Brexit raise need for skilled Interim Supply Chain Executives

Even if the UK finally leaves the European Union on 31 October, the bad news is, that isn’t the end. In fact, it’s just the beginning of a whole set of changes in trade and other processes that may occur with bewildering rapidity. more

DHL Global Trade Barometer: World trade at crossroads

The DHL Global Trade Barometer (GTB) forecasts a mild decline in world trade. The overall index fell by -1 point to 47, indicating that global trade will further lose momentum over the next three months. more

BITA and FLTA announce merger plans

In what could lead to one of the most significant developments in recent years within the materials handling industry, the British Industrial Truck Association (BITA) and Fork Lift Truck Association (FLTA) have agreed to explore plans for a potential merger. more

Supply chain of the future requires a strategic balance of technology and human support, new research from Coyote Logistics reports

As technology continues to transform the workforce and logistics professionals navigate a rapidly changing supply chain, Coyote Logistics, a leading global third-party logistics (3PL) provider, today released the results of its proprietary Tech + Humanity research study, conducted in partnership with third-party research firm, Martec.  more

Start preparing now for Black Friday

One of the UK’s leading materials handling equipment providers has advised that warehouses, retailers and manufacturers across the country start prepping now for the upcoming Black Friday and Cyber Monday shopping weekend. more

Statement on warehousing shortage from UKWA

The pressure on warehousing space has become grave indeed as once again firms – and the government – seek to stockpile goods ahead of a possible ‘no deal’ on 31st October 2019. more

New approaches to training and recruitment hold the key to solving logistics skills crisis, says leading driver trainer

One of the UK’s leading specialist driver training providers has highlighted the importance of new approaches to training, in addressing the severe skills shortages detailed in the report issued by the Chartered Institute of Logistics & Transport and Statista at the end of June. more

Half of logistics companies haven't started Brexit scenario planning, CILT study finds

New report by the Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transport (CILT) and Statista reveals how uncertainty around Brexit are affecting planning decisions. more

LEEA goes to parliament

The lifting Industry congregated at the Palace of Westminster in London on 17 July 2019 for a Parliamentary Reception – hosted by Jonathan Djanogly, MP for Huntingdon, on behalf of the Lifting Equipment Engineers Association (LEEA). more

Renovotec launches Rugged Hardware Rentals campaign

“Going forward our scheme will give supply chain users the flexibility to scale their warehousing and logistics flexibly and economically, in line with spikes in demand” says Renovotec managing ... more

Cimcorp partners with Conveyor Networks to target the UK distribution market

Cimcorp, a manufacturer and integrator of turnkey robotic order fulfilment and tyre-handling solutions, has signed an agreement with Conveyor Networks for the company to represent Cimcorp in the UK ... more

Dawsongroup Plc acquires first plot at Delta Properties’ Central Park extension

Dawsongroup has acquired the first plot at Delta Properties’ extension of Central Park, Bristol located off the Severn Road, Avonmouth. more

 
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