Category Archives: Transport / Logistics Services

Thatcham and Euro NCAP launches van safety ratings

A new light commercial vehicle safety rating by Thatcham and Euro NCAP has shown that a sizeable number of vans on the roads are rated as ‘Not Recommended’. Thatcham and ...

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More UK Postmasters to join Post Office Board

In recognition of their important roles and to improve transparency, the UK Post Office has invited applications from Postmasters to take on one of two Non-Executive Director (NED) roles on ...

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Royal Mail – Takeback Monday

Monday the 4th January was Royal Mail’s ‘Takeback Monday’ where returns from Christmas and New Year purchases were set to grow by 63% by compared to normal returns volumes in ...

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An Post explains post Brexit parcel bureaucracy

Irish An Post has announced the way parcels between Great Britain and Ireland will be handled now the UK has left the EU. Charges on parcels heading into Ireland will ...

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Royal Mail and CWU agree modernisation plans

Royal Mail and its main workers trade union the CWU have agreed a framework for modernisation of the postal operator as it adapts to the new and rapidly evolving business ...

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Kerry Logistics offers direct Mongolia service

Kerry Logistics Network Limited has opened up a rail route to Ulan Bator in Mongolia out of its Riga, Latvia Freeport hub. The Globalink Riga Consolidation Hub in the Riga ...

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Geodis in the Americas launches Geodis Visibility

3PL company Geodis in Americas has launched Geodis Visibility for its customers to get an overview of all their complex data in the supply chain. The Geodis Visibility platform allows ...

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FedEx sees very strong profit growth

Thanks in a large part due to the global pandemic, FedEx Corp has seen revenues and profits grow strongly in its latest financial quarter (Q2). Revenues grew to $20.3bn as ...

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PostNL sells Cendris to Yource

PostNL has agreed to sell its customer contact subsidiary Cendris to Dutch customer services company Yource for an undisclosed sum. The transaction is set for completion in the first quarter ...

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Optrack receives government funding for route optimisation

UK route optimisation software providers Optrack have received funding from Innovate UK to develop its Optrack Parcel SaaS platform. Optrack Parcel is a system designed to improve route efficiency on ...

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