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Record-Breaking Year for Logistics UK’s Logistics Awards 2022

Industry’s blue riband event, Logistics UK’s Logistics Awards 2022, has received the highest number of entrants since the event was launched in 2017. And with entries closing on 29 July 2022, businesses wishing to join the winners line up are encouraged to enter now to ensure their work can be considered. The awards, sponsored by Kärcher, recognise the dedicated businesses and individuals that have powered the logistics industry throughout the past 12 months, with the winner of each category announced at a glittering...

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Bis Henderson Space Becomes Crown Commercial Service Supplier

Warehouse space strategist, Bis Henderson Space, has taken yet another step into the right direction by being named a supplier on the Crown Commercial Service (CCS) Storage, Distribution, Kitting and Associated Services (RM6282) Framework Agreement. As part of this agreement, Bis Henderson will have access to a wider pole of customers, having been awarded positions on three lots: Storage, Kitting and Fulfilment Solutions and Services, and Transport and Distribution. "We’re delighted to be named as a supplier on this framework and...

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Castell Howell Cuts Fuel Usage with New Purchase

Castell Howell, one of the UK's leading independent food wholesalers, has announced the purchase of new vehicles that will allow the company to tackle rising fuel prices by cutting fuel usage, while also reducing its emissions. Joining the fleet are two new Eco-Drive-equipped Volvo FH tractors, as well as the first of two new 13.6-metre Gray & Adams double deck trailers mounted with Carrier Transicold Vector HE 19 refrigeration units. "Experiencing the reliability and performance of Carrier Transicold’s technology first-hand over...

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Envisage Brings Sustainable Design to Switch Bus

Switch Mobility has chosen Envisage Technologies for its electric bus, a 4th generation Switch e1 bus. Launched at the European Mobility Expo in Paris, the 12-metre-long lightweight electric vehicle is an exemplar of green mobility. The focus of the European Mobility Expo 2022 was on zero-carbon buses, which provided the ideal stage to launch the Switch e1 bus. The e1 is one of the lightest 12m buses in Europe with a range of around 390km from a 389KWh battery, allowing...

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London Medway Reports Increase in Trade

Amid ongoing delays in the Port of Dover, London Medway has reported an increase in trade for the freight services between the UK and France. 34% more units have been seen arriving at the cross-channel port, which is part of the Peel Ports Group, one of the largest port operators in the UK, and run by DFDS. The route between Sheerness and Calais has proven to be an extremely popular option for those wanting to avoid congestion, and individual vessels...

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DP World Unveils Electric Terminal Tractor at London Gateway

DP World Unveils Electric Terminal Tractor at London Gateway

DP World has announced the arrival of the first ever all-electric terminal tractor at a British port. The Terberg YT203-EV will primarily be used at London Gateway for transporting goods the two-mile distance from the quayside to a distribution facility at the adjacent logistics park. DP World added that it plans to make its entire fleet of 11 terminal tractors at London Gateway all-electric in the near future. “We are delighted that Britain’s first all-electric terminal tractor is now in...

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Network Rail Signs Solar Panel Agreement with EDF Renewables

Network Rail has just announced that is has signed an agreement with EDF Renewables UK to use solar power in its transition journey to a greener railway network. As part of the agreement, Network Rail will benefit from 49.9MW of renewable energy capacity, accounting for 15% of its annual non-traction energy consumption. "Rail is already in a strong position in terms of its green credentials, but it’s crucial that we do everything we can as a business to improve air quality,...

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