Bis Henderson launches “Breathing Space” campaign
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by My Logistics Magazine
6M ago
Sponsored Content Supply chain and logistics specialist, Bis Henderson Space, has launched “Breathing Space”, a major multi-media campaign promoting its innovative Managed Warehouse Solutions concept.  “Breathing Space” reflects the freedom of a ‘Pay-as-you-need’ pallet storage model that allows businesses to flex their storage capacity according to immediate needs – giving organisations the agility to grow and respond swiftly to new opportunities with less exposure to risk. Scaleability is intrinsic to this concept, as anywhere from 5 to 50,000 pallets can be accommodated on a ready-to-g ..read more
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Near-sourcing drives need for flexible space
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by My Logistics Magazine
7M ago
A report published last month by the global commercial real estate services firm Cushman & Wakefield reveals a rapid increase in the take-up of industrial space across key European markets, including the UK, last year. A 28% rise in take-up, to 9.6 million sq m, is a significant increase on pre-pandemic levels, which were already rising steadily, and also contrasts with a 4% decline in overall logistics and industrial space.  The principal driver, according to C&W, is the growing trend towards near-sourcing (of bought in materials, parts and products) and near- or re-shoring (of m ..read more
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Warehouse automation: Five key points on securing operational resilience 
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by My Logistics Magazine
8M ago
Sponsored Content Automation in its varied forms is increasingly ‘mission critical’ to warehouse operations. But with such high reliance on sophisticated systems, how do you ensure reliable performance and a risk-free peak? Dan Migliozzi, Head of Sales at independent systems integrator, Invar Group, looks at the options available for maintenance and support.  Advanced automation is transforming the efficiency, accuracy, and throughput of warehouses and distribution centres. But increasing dependency on technology brings risks. Unplanned downtime can no longer be covered by taking on more ..read more
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Narrow Aisle and Sunbelt celebrate 25-year partnership
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by My Logistics Magazine
8M ago
Sponsored Content 2023 sees Narrow Aisle Ltd, the independently owned British warehouse truck manufacturer, celebrate the 25th anniversary of its successful distribution partnership with Sunbelt Material Handling of the USA. Sunbelt has played a key role in developing the market for Narrow Aisle’s pioneering range of Flexi articulated very narrow aisle (VNA) lift trucks across North, Central and South America since 1998 and sells to both end users and dealerships. With physical locations in Dallas, Austin, San Antonio, Oklahoma City and Tulsa, Sunbelt also provides after-sales supp ..read more
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Getting the most out of existing and new-build warehouses
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by My Logistics Magazine
8M ago
Narrow Aisle’s new storage solutions team has been established to help intralogistics professionals utilise their warehouse buildings in the most space, cost and throughput efficient way possible, explains the company’s Paul MacBeath. With the fallout from the pandemic and Brexit continuing to impact on manufacturing and retail supply chains, UK warehouse space remains in short supply. In fact, the lack of quality storage buildings has become so acute in some places that one leading industrial property consultancy recently forecast that parts of Britain could completely run out of vacant facil ..read more
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New DHL and Mars UK facility removes 1M road miles annually
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by My Logistics Magazine
9M ago
The opening of the London Thames Gateway facility marks the completion of DHL and Mars UK’s £350m ‘Project Gateway’ investment into UK operations. It follows the opening of the East Midlands Gateway facility in May 2022. The London Thames Gateway facility completes the streamlining of inbound and outbound distribution of Mars UK’s product portfolio across Mars Food, Mars Wrigley and Mars Pet Nutrition. This landmark piece of work will deliver an annual CO2 reduction of 7.7% across Mars UK’s logistics network. The new site has achieved BREEAM ‘Outstanding’ accreditation, placing it in the top ..read more
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DB Schenker opens a new warehouse in the capital area of Finland
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by My Logistics Magazine
9M ago
DB Schenker has opened new warehouse facilities in Ilvesvuori, Nurmijärvi, in the capital area of Finland. The Nurmijärvi Distribution Center (NDC) spans 25,600 square meters and has been constructed in line with the BREEAM Very Good sustainability certificate. The center utilizes geothermal heat and energy generated by its own solar panels (300 kWp). Together with the adjacent warehouse opened in 2012, DB Schenker now operates a 50,000 square meter contract logistics center in Ilvesvuori. The new warehouse aligns with the Eco Warehouse environmental standards set by Deutsche Bahn, DB Schenker ..read more
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How innovations in data governance tools transform warehouse efficiencies
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by My Logistics Magazine
10M ago
In today’s competitive, technology-driven market, the success of modern warehousing operations heavily relies on the efficient management and utilisation of vast amounts of data. Recognising this, a new wave of innovations in data governance tools has emerged, promising to revolutionize warehouse efficiencies like never before. These cutting-edge solutions enable businesses to harness the power of data to optimize operations, enhance decision-making, and improve overall productivity. This article delves into the transformative potential of these tools and highlights how they’re reshaping the ..read more
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Nestle’s logistics shake-up threatens redundancies for workers in York
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by My Logistics Magazine
10M ago
Nestle is shaking up its warehousing operations in the UK and Ireland, resulting in possible redundancies for dozens of workers. The company has begun consulting its logistics warehouse CF2 in York, which currently employs around 70 workers, with 39 roles understood to be at risk. The shake-up will see the facility moving to a full pallet operation, which will require less staff. Nestle’s decision to reorganise its logistics operations in the UK and Ireland comes as the company looks to reduce complexity, increase capacity, and improve its service to customers. The company has stated that the ..read more
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Nestle’s Logistics Shake-Up in the UK and Ireland Threatens Redundancies for Workers in York
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by My Logistics Magazine
11M ago
Nestle is shaking up its warehousing operations in the UK and Ireland, resulting in possible redundancies for dozens of workers. The company has begun consulting its logistics warehouse CF2 in York, which currently employs around 70 workers, with 39 roles understood to be at risk. The shake-up will see the facility moving to a full pallet operation, which will require less staff. Nestle’s decision to reorganise its logistics operations in the UK and Ireland comes as the company looks to reduce complexity, increase capacity, and improve its service to customers. The company has stated that the ..read more
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