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Toll Service Provider Expands Germany Network

Toll Service Provider Expands Germany Network

Posted: 19 November 2018

DKV Euro Service customers can now use their DKV CARD to pay for fuel and vehicle-related accessories at 150 additional Aral stations in Germany. The supply network of DKV in Germany now includes 13,200 stations, which equals a network coverage of around 92%. The Aral stations can be found both via the DKV APP and the complimentary route planner DKV MAPS.

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Linde Roadster Scoops German Design Award 2019

Linde Roadster Scoops German Design Award 2019

Posted: 19 November 2018

Linde Material Handling’s Roadster forklift has scooped a prize in the much-vaunted German Design Awards. An international panel of experts selected the vision-optimized version of the successful electric counterbalance truck series, Linde E20-E35, as one of the 2019 winners in the Utility Vehicles category.

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Nestlé Waters relance le ferroviaire vers Fos-sur-Mer

Nestlé Waters relance le ferroviaire vers Fos-sur-Mer

Posted: 16 November 2018

Après 10 ans d’interruption, le groupe suisse Nestlé Waters relance la ligne ferroviaire sur 100 km entre l’usine Perrier de Vergèze (Gard) et le port de Fos-sur-Mer.

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Alibaba ouvre un premier centre logistique européen à Liège

Alibaba ouvre un premier centre logistique européen à Liège

Posted: 16 November 2018

La ville de Liège en Belgique va accueillir le premier centre logistique d’Alibaba en Europe, rapporte le quotidien belge L’Echo. Il souhaite répondre à la demande des classes moyennes chinoises en produits européens.

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Mondelez International calls for transparency and sustainability in palm oil supply chain

Mondelez International calls for transparency and sustainability in palm oil supply chain

Posted: 16 November 2018

One of the world’s leading confectionery, food and beverage companies, has called out to its suppliers for 100% sustainability and 100% transparency in the sourcing of palm oil.

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Danone inaugure un nouveau site dans le Nord

Danone inaugure un nouveau site dans le Nord

Posted: 15 November 2018

Danone Produits Frais France a inauguré son nouveau complexe logistique de 6500 m2 situé à Camphin-en-Carembault (59).

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IBM Food Trust étend son réseau blockchain

IBM Food Trust étend son réseau blockchain

Posted: 15 November 2018

Carrefour a rejoint la blockchain de consortium IBM Food Trust, pour assurer la traçabilité alimentaire à l’échelle industrielle, aux côtés d’autres grands noms comme Nestlé, Unilever, Kroger ou Walmart.

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Aberle Rebuilds Intralogistics For Austrian Plastics Manufacturer

Aberle Rebuilds Intralogistics For Austrian Plastics Manufacturer

Posted: 15 November 2018

Aberle has rebuilt intralogistics for plastic manufacturer Greiner Bio-One International. Storing capacity in the existing room has been doubled and warehousing performance increased five-fold.

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Jesse Norman new transport minister after Johnson resigns over Brexit

Jesse Norman new transport minister after Johnson resigns over Brexit

Posted: 14 November 2018

The UK government has been busy reshuffling its deck following the resignation of transport minister Jo Johnson (brother of Boris) last week.

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Geodis and DHL Freight target truck driver shortage with new initiatives

Geodis and DHL Freight target truck driver shortage with new initiatives

Posted: 14 November 2018

Logistics operators have unveiled multiple initiatives in recent weeks, aiming to ease capacity constraints in the supply chain, particularly in Europe’s beleaguered haulage sector.

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Anger grows among UK hauliers as shipping lines enforce loading 'surcharges'

Anger grows among UK hauliers as shipping lines enforce loading 'surcharges'

Posted: 13 November 2018

Forwarders and shippers are trapped in a “self-perpetuating cycle of misery”, brought about by the collapse of the UK’s haulage sector, according to industry sources.

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Premier Foods Plan Stockpile As Brexit Doomsday Looms

Premier Foods Plan Stockpile As Brexit Doomsday Looms

Posted: 13 November 2018

Premier Foods has become the latest company to announce plans to stockpile in the run-up to Brexit. The owner of brands such as Bisto and Mr Kipling has joined firms including Cadbury’s with plans to stockpile raw materials over Brexit fears and delays at ports.

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