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Eddie Stobart extends its UK rail offering

Eddie Stobart Logistics has officially announced the launch of a new rail service from the Port of Tilbury to Daventry with a forecast capacity of 200 containers a week.
21 January 2019/Number of views (47)

Wincanton wins Asda renewal for dedicated transport and warehousing

Wincanton has renewed its contract with Asda to provide dedicated transport and warehousing for the next three years.
17 January 2019/Number of views (247)

AEB Brexit Tool Kit: Being ready for any scenario and moving forward with digitisation

AEB is offering a free Brexit ToolKit, containing everything traders need to know to bring their global trade and customs processes up to speed.

16 January 2019/Number of views (237)

Women driving business forward

How do you keep a team of male truck drivers happy in their jobs? Simple: you have a team of female logistics experts behind them to make sure the show stays on the road.
16 January 2019/Number of views (486)

Camera Telematics launches Street Angel in the UK

Camera Telematics has announced the UK launch of Street Angel, the most advanced onboard video evidence data recorder available.

16 January 2019/Number of views (280)

Japan opens market to British beef and lamb

Deal worth £127 million over first five years of access for UK.
16 January 2019/Number of views (323)

SEKO Logistics invests in Ireland

SEKO Logistics has opened a new office and warehouse facility based at Dublin Airport, Harristown as part of its core market investment strategy.
16 January 2019/Number of views (233)

Honda plans six-day shutdown post-Brexit

Honda UK will shut down its Swindon factory for six days in April.
16 January 2019/Number of views (248)

DP World invests in new handling equipment at Southampton

Two new empty container handlers marked the start of a planned programme of investment and redevelopment at DP World Southampton’s container terminal.
16 January 2019/Number of views (206)

Theresa May's deal is voted down in historic Commons defeat

Prime Minister Theresa May's Brexit deal has been rejected by 230 votes - the largest defeat for a sitting government in history.
16 January 2019/Number of views (493)


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