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		<title>P&#038;O Dover-Calais route at full strength</title>
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		<dc:creator><![CDATA[Peter MacLeod]]></dc:creator>
		<pubDate>Tue, 29 Jun 2021 11:05:12 +0000</pubDate>
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					<description><![CDATA[<p>The Pride of Burgundy – P&#38;O Ferries’ fifth ship on its Dover-Calais route –<a class="excerpt-read-more" href="https://www.logisticsbusiness.com/transport-distribution/ports-shipping/po-dover-calais-route-full-strength/" title="ReadP&#038;O Dover-Calais route at full strength">... Read more &#187;</a></p>
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										<content:encoded><![CDATA[<p>The Pride of Burgundy – <a href="http://www.poferries.com">P&amp;O Ferries</a>’ fifth ship on its Dover-Calais route – arrived yesterday (28th June) at the Port of Dover, returning to service with its first sailing in over a year.</p>
<p>With capacity to carry 120 lorries, the 28,000 tonne Pride of Burgundy will return in <a href="https://www.logisticsbusiness.com/transport-distribution/ports-shipping/">freight-only</a> mode, making two return journeys each day. The addition of a fifth ship comes in response to growing demand from British and European customers and will expand options for those requiring rapid and reliable transportation of goods between pivotal markets.</p>
<p>Peter Hebblethwaite, Managing Director of <a href="http://www.poferries.com">P&amp;O Ferries</a>, said: “I am delighted to see the restoration of our Dover-Calais fleet to its pre-pandemic strength of five, with the resulting increase in departures and frequency enabling us to take back market leadership on the English Channel and further improve our customer service. Pride of Burgundy will reinforce our cost-effective freight service by increasing capacity and flexibility on the route – a vital artery of trade upon which thousands of businesses and consumers rely.</p>
<p>“With the support of our parent company, DP World, the world’s leading provider of smart logistics solutions, we are committed to bolstering our offering to customers and ensuring optimal efficiency in the flow of goods between the UK and Europe. With international trade at the heart of economic recovery, continual investment in our Dover-Calais route will encourage supply chain resilience by connecting people, businesses and nations.”</p>
<p>First announced in April, the Pride of Burgundy’s return follows <a href="http://www.poferries.com">P&amp;O Ferries</a>’ ground-breaking space sharing agreement on the Dover-Calais route, and the introduction of a second lift-on lift-off (LOLO) ship to double capacity between Zeebrugge–Hull.</p>
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		<title>Abbey forms strategic partnership with Cisternas Amarillo</title>
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		<dc:creator><![CDATA[Peter MacLeod]]></dc:creator>
		<pubDate>Tue, 29 Jun 2021 10:30:44 +0000</pubDate>
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					<description><![CDATA[<p>Abbey Logistics has formed a new partnership with Cisternas Amarillo S.L (Amarillo), a large<a class="excerpt-read-more" href="https://www.logisticsbusiness.com/transport-distribution/abbey-forms-strategic-partnership-cisternas-amarillo/" title="ReadAbbey forms strategic partnership with Cisternas Amarillo">... Read more &#187;</a></p>
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										<content:encoded><![CDATA[<p><a href="http://www.abbeylogisticsgroup.com">Abbey Logistics</a> has formed a new partnership with Cisternas Amarillo S.L (Amarillo), a large bulk powder road tanker company based in Seville, Spain and part of the full-service logistics company, Pantoja Grupo Logistico.</p>
<p>The <a href="https://www.logisticsbusiness.com/transport-distribution/freight-forwarding-3pl-4pl/">partnership</a> is designed to provide continuous movement of customers’ products between the UK and Spain and provide customers with a faster more reliable and cost-effective transport solution through a well-managed joined-up approach that optimises the reach of the two businesses.</p>
<p>The partnership combines <a href="http://www.abbeylogisticsgroup.com">Abbey</a> and Amarillo’s extensive knowledge and experience in bulk food road tanker transport and maximises their collective fleet capabilities to provide a reliable flow of feedstock ingredients between the two countries.</p>
<p>Utilising multimodal transport links, the tanks are reloaded for the return journeys, minimising empty miles and fully utilising both company’s vehicles and drivers to ensure products move on a continuous basis.</p>
<p>Paul Laverick, Head of Abbey’s Powder Division, said: “This new partnership further demonstrates <a href="http://www.abbeylogisticsgroup.com">Abbey’s</a> unique ability to support road tanker companies in Europe thanks to our scale and network capability in the UK.</p>
<p>“Amarillo is highly regarded for its skills and experience in bulk dry food grade products and we are delighted to begin working together as we maximise the vast experience our combined businesses have for the benefit of our customers.”</p>
<p>Lars Stendahl, Amarillo’s Operations Director, said: “<a href="http://www.abbeylogisticsgroup.com">Abbey Logistics</a> is well known to us and their reputation for customer service and flexibility together with their specialist knowledge of the products we carry, made them a natural fit for our operations and customers.</p>
<p>“We look forward to expanding our work together and building on the partnership we have formed.”</p>
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		<title>Body camera for the commercial market</title>
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		<dc:creator><![CDATA[Peter MacLeod]]></dc:creator>
		<pubDate>Mon, 28 Jun 2021 17:53:49 +0000</pubDate>
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					<description><![CDATA[<p>Eagle Eye Networks, a global leader in cloud video surveillance, has introduced the first-of-its-kind<a class="excerpt-read-more" href="https://www.logisticsbusiness.com/materials-handling-warehousing/body-camera-commercial-market/" title="ReadBody camera for the commercial market">... Read more &#187;</a></p>
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										<content:encoded><![CDATA[<p>Eagle Eye Networks, a global leader in cloud video surveillance, has introduced the first-of-its-kind 4G, direct-to-cloud <a href="https://www.een.com/product/mobile-camera-compatibility/?_ga=2.199052780.2100034195.1624291737-154077084.1623958721">body camera</a> designed specifically for commercial use. This new offering provides commercial customers with affordable access to feature-rich, professional-grade body camera services, which improve staff safety and accountability, trigger immediate response, and provide valuable evidence, all while protecting assets and keeping communities safe. Eagle Eye Body Cameras are now available for order with delivery in Q3/2021.</p>
<p>Body cameras dissuade aggression, improve accountability and reduce false accusations. Employees from private security guards to retail staff, in-home service providers, and delivery workers feel safer and more valued when wearing body cameras.</p>
<p>Global research organisation Omdia has identified body cameras in non-law enforcement applications as a top trend in 2021, saying the potential addressable market for commercial body-worn cameras dwarfs that of law enforcement. In the US alone, Omdia estimates private security guards outnumber police officers 2-to-1, and says new commercial body camera users – in retail, for example – are rapidly emerging.</p>
<p>“The commercial body-worn camera market is ripe for new entrants,” said Paul Bremner, Principal Analyst in Omdia&#8217;s critical communications group. “Features such as cloud connectivity, 4G, live streaming, GPS, and price, are important to retailers, delivery services, guards, and others in the commercial sector. New body cam providers who can break the old law enforcement body camera mould with reasonably priced, feature-rich, professional-grade body cameras are positioning themselves to fill a growing need the commercial market is searching for,” Bremner said.</p>
<p>Resellers are welcoming the arrival of body cameras that meet their needs. Jaime Abad Valdenebro, Chief Executive Officer at OmniCloud, said he is excited that Eagle Eye Networks is launching commercial body camera support to its <a href="https://www.een.com/">Eagle Eye</a> CameraManager platform. “Fixed IP cameras integrated with 4G-enabled body cameras represent the extension of video cloud services in a real mobile environment, providing a new disruptive video surveillance solution,” Valdenebro said.</p>
<p>“In a smart city application, <a href="https://www.logisticsbusiness.com/?s=eagle">Eagle Eye&#8217;s</a> new 4G, direct-to-cloud body cams will provide extra protection for security guards and ensure patrols are completed on time. The 4G is important, because it gives the user live access to body camera video. It will make a high performance true cloud video surveillance system even more powerful,” he added.</p>
<p>With Eagle Eye Body Cameras, users can:</p>
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<li>Use 4G or Wi-Fi for live streaming, real-time remote viewing, and direct to cloud recording</li>
<li>Blend fixed, mobile, and body-worn cameras, making it easier for your entire surveillance system to work together</li>
<li>Stream to a monitoring or security operations centre and use geo-tagging for immediate response and support</li>
<li>Experience a larger viewing area with fisheye capabilities that are dewarped in the Eagle Eye Cloud Management Application</li>
<li>Manage a large number of cameras in the cloud and watch from a control room</li>
<li>Use two-way audio to clearly communicate</li>
<li>Protect your people at work and in the community</li>
<li>Future-proof your investment with hardened cameras that offer “law enforcement-level” durability and quality at an affordable price</li>
<li>Gain flexibility for live streaming and video retrieval during docking with rapid recharge capabilities</li>
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<p>“The demand for high-quality body cameras that connect to the cloud has been growing for several years, accelerating even more with the pandemic, social unrest, and the shift to providing more in-home, curbside, and remote services,” said Dean Drako, Founder and CEO of Eagle Eye Networks.</p>
<p>“Traditional law enforcement body cameras use a high-dollar subscription model, which is too steeply priced for commercial customers. Eagle Eye Networks will support the new Eagle Eye Body Cameras at the same low subscription cost of fixed cameras, making the solution affordable for commercial customers accustomed to paying up front for advanced cameras with affordable long-term subscriptions,” he added.</p>
<p>Body cameras are initially available on the Eagle Eye Networks CameraManager platform, with availability on the Eagle Eye Cloud Video Management System (VMS) in 2022. The Eagle Eye Body Cams can also be protected with Eagle Eye Networks industry-leading rapid replacement service.</p>
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		<title>Call for EU nationals to alleviate driver shortage</title>
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		<dc:creator><![CDATA[Peter MacLeod]]></dc:creator>
		<pubDate>Mon, 28 Jun 2021 17:14:12 +0000</pubDate>
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					<description><![CDATA[<p>If Ministers don’t act now, the UK HGV driver shortage could lead to food<a class="excerpt-read-more" href="https://www.logisticsbusiness.com/transport-distribution/call-eu-nationals-alleviate-driver-shortage/" title="ReadCall for EU nationals to alleviate driver shortage">... Read more &#187;</a></p>
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										<content:encoded><![CDATA[<p>If Ministers don’t act now, the UK HGV driver shortage could lead to food waste and inflation; Kate Lester, CEO and founder of <a href="http://www.diamondlogistics.co.uk">Diamond Logistics</a>, reflects on this urgent issue and issues a bold message for Government.</p>
<p>“According to the RHA, prior to the pandemic, there was a HGV driver shortage in excess of 60,000. That figure has now reached 100,000.</p>
<p>“Two years ago, as CEO of <a href="http://www.diamondlogistics.co.uk">Diamond Logistics</a>, I was invited to participate in an All-Party Parliamentary Group (APPG) alongside other representatives from logistics and transport to discuss the <a href="https://www.logisticsbusiness.com/transport-distribution/">driver</a> shortage, set to worsen as Brexit loomed. The RHA and I presented a petition to Ministers, asking them to address the problem urgently.</p>
<p>“Earlier this month I attended another APPG event – a roundtable discussion on the driver shortage led by Ministers Baroness Vere and Mims Davies – and I’m sorry to report, that despite the recommendations from the sector two years ago, very little progress has been made.</p>
<p>“It is critical now. We cannot recruit drivers, let alone fulfilment and ancillary staff. The South East [of England] has been hit particularly badly.</p>
<p>“Brexit and the COVID-19 pandemic has created the perfect storm. The magnitude of the crisis is now driving the discussion as a matter of urgency. The pandemic has also highlighted the vital importance of our logistics infrastructure and how essential we are. And you know what? We demand to be listened to.</p>
<p>“At the roundtable event, hosted on Microsoft Teams and attended by the Department for Transport (DFT), Department for Education (DFE), Department for Work and Pensions (DFWP), The Road Haulage Association (RHA), The Federation of Wholesale Distributors (FWD), Logistics UK, the DVSA and yours truly, we debated the topic and put forward our suggestions. I hope this time more action will follow.”</p>
<h3>Catching-up on driver training</h3>
<p>“Like everything else, vocational training of drivers stopped during the pandemic. The DVSA is pedalling hard to catch-up and has increased capacity to an average of 3,000 practical tests each week.</p>
<p>“Great effort, but there is too much of a lag for this to be cured within a reasonable time scale.</p>
<p>“Industry colleagues and I expressed support for utilising foreign labour in the short term to address immediate issues. However, it was highlighted that this would mean significant change to existing policy.</p>
<p>“Logistics UK suggested a short-term broadening of the seasonal worker visa for this summer for drivers (as an alternative to including drivers on the shortage occupation list).</p>
<p>“If we rely on British nationals alone, it will have a huge inflationary impact. Higher wages equates to higher logistics costs which will raise food prices. With inflation above 2% already, this is a big problem.</p>
<p>“The concept of simply extending driver hours is also not a long-term answer. Most drivers have been maxing out their hours in the last year. Many are exhausted. We need more people. We can’t simply expect less drivers to do more. It’s dangerous and unsafe.</p>
<p>“And let’s think about the driver as a person for a minute shall we? The facilities they have access to are abysmal. Where do we expect lorry drivers to eat, drink and sleep?</p>
<p>“DWP representatives referred to a survey of 1,300 drivers in which 68% said they would rather have a better work/life balance than a 5% pay rise. So longer hours probably won’t tickle anyone’s fancy and is likely to drive drivers away.</p>
<p>“The impact of the driver shortage is happening now. Seeds are expiring, waiting and missing planting times. Food isn’t arriving on time so shelves are increasingly empty. Celery for example will be in very short supply next year. This will get much worse.</p>
<p>“So what’s the next step in addressing the driver crisis?</p>
<p>“Earlier this week, and following the APPG meeting which didn’t fill anyone with confidence quite frankly, leaders in logistics and transport signed an open letter from the RHA to Prime Minister Boris Johnson.</p>
<p>“And here is our list of demands:</p>
<p>Access to EU and EEA labour. The introduction of a temporary worker visa for HGV drivers and for this occupation to be added to the Home Office Shortage Occupation List. DEFRA already have arrangements in place that support our harvest periods when foreign labour restrictions are eased for specific demand. The same principles should be applied.</p>
<p>Government needs to work with the industry to help address the broader issues around the skills shortage. We must work collectively to achieve a sustainable way of recruiting and training a homegrown workforce so that our reliance on foreign labour dissipates over time. We ask that a taskforce is immediately established to include representation from all of the relevant areas of Government and industry to help drive this change at the pace that is so desperately needed.</p>
<p>The DEFRA Food Resilience Industry Forum, chaired by Chris Tyas, helped to ensure the nation’s supply integrity throughout the pandemic. This was recently disbanded. However, in view of the growing crisis, it must be re-established at the earliest opportunity.</p>
<p>“Logisticians are problem solvers and practical thinkers. It’s what we do. I just hope our request for urgent sensible action on behalf of the profession are heard.”</p>
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		<title>Covid impact on transport study published</title>
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		<dc:creator><![CDATA[Peter MacLeod]]></dc:creator>
		<pubDate>Mon, 28 Jun 2021 12:02:45 +0000</pubDate>
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					<description><![CDATA[<p>The outbreak of coronavirus in March 2020 has utterly changed the road freight transport landscape. Only transport professionals themselves<a class="excerpt-read-more" href="https://www.logisticsbusiness.com/transport-distribution/covid-impact-transport-study-published/" title="ReadCovid impact on transport study published">... Read more &#187;</a></p>
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										<content:encoded><![CDATA[<p>The outbreak of coronavirus in March 2020 has utterly changed the road freight <a href="https://www.logisticsbusiness.com/transport-distribution/">transport</a> landscape. Only transport professionals themselves can explain how they have dealt with this situation and describe what perspectives it holds for the coming months.</p>
<p>For this reason, the <a href="http://www.alpegagroup.com">Alpega Group</a>, the leading logistics software company offering modular solutions to cover all transportation needs, backed by 35 years of experience in the market, conducted a macro-survey where more than 1.200 logistics and transport companies across Europe participated through its freight exchanges, Teleroute and Wtransnet. From this survey a complete analysis has just been published.</p>
<p>The conclusions of this study show that the worst is over, and that the sector is moderately optimistic as it awaits future events before considering the crisis to be over.</p>
<p>At a time when challenges such as the recovery of the industry, digitalisation and Brexit are already on the agendas of many companies, professionals rate their degree of optimism about transport for the next few months at 6.2 out of 10.</p>
<p>While the majority of respondents acknowledge having experienced a significant reduction in transactions in 2020 compared to 2019, there are expectations for the sector’s recovery. An encouraging future can also be seen when talking about transport prices, where we find that a third of the responses even point to an increase in prices.</p>
<p>The pandemic has also highlighted the need to advance in the process of digitalisation of the transport companies. Digital tools have played a key role in recent months. The use of freight exchanges has increased, a trend that responds to the need to find alternative routes, as well as to find return loads from unusual destinations amidst growing demand for transport.</p>
<p>The coronavirus crisis has coincided with the United Kingdom’s exit from the European Union. As the study shows, this has caused a sceptical reaction among European hauliers. Excessive bureaucracy and lack of information are the main reasons given by the respondents for a possible reduction in the activity.</p>
<p>Road freight transport is a sector that did not stop during the most difficult moment of the crisis. This will continue even more strongly now that we can see the light at the end of the tunnel.</p>
<p><a href="https://teleroute.emsecure.net/images/Email_Campaigns/2021/TFX/202106_TrendsSurvey/whitepaper-Trends2021_EN_low.pdf">CLICK HERE to access the complete study. </a></p>
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		<title>XPO helps celebrate Global Pride Month</title>
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		<dc:creator><![CDATA[Peter MacLeod]]></dc:creator>
		<pubDate>Mon, 28 Jun 2021 11:52:40 +0000</pubDate>
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					<description><![CDATA[<p>XPO Logistics is continuing to expand its commitment to diversity, equity and inclusion by<a class="excerpt-read-more" href="https://www.logisticsbusiness.com/transport-distribution/xpo-helps-celebrate-global-pride-month/" title="ReadXPO helps celebrate Global Pride Month">... Read more &#187;</a></p>
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										<content:encoded><![CDATA[<p><a href="https://europe.xpo.com/en/">XPO Logistics</a> is continuing to expand its commitment to diversity, equity and inclusion by sponsoring causes important to its LGBTQ+ employees and allies in North America and Europe.</p>
<p><a href="https://europe.xpo.com/en/">XPO</a> sponsors LGBTQ+ events that reflect the geographic diversity of its operations, as well as the individualism of its team members. The company, which sponsors the New York City Pride March each year, has extended its support to the Mid-South Pride Fest in Memphis, the Tri-State LGBTQ+ Unity Summit in the Northeast, the Lesbians Who Tech Virtual Summit, the Birmingham Pride Festival in the UK and other events from Michigan to Oregon to Georgia.</p>
<p>Karlis Kirsis, European chief legal officer for <a href="https://europe.xpo.com/en/">XPO Logistics</a>, said: &#8220;Human potential is unleashed when we feel like we belong. It takes commitment at the cultural level to create a sense of belonging in a company of our size, and XPO constantly reinforces the idea that inclusivity allows everyone to thrive.&#8221;</p>
<p>Kirsis serves as the executive sponsor for the company&#8217;s Employee Resource Group for LGBTQ+ Employees and Allies, which fosters engagement in the areas of training and education.</p>
<p>In addition to supporting events that celebrate diversity, <a href="https://europe.xpo.com/en/">XPO</a> is a corporate sponsor of PFLAG, the largest US organisation for LGBTQ+ people, their parents, families and allies, and is an LGBTQ+-friendly employer. Following its success in recruiting from within the LGBTQ+ community, the company is applying its best practices to other areas of diversity hiring, development and promotion.</p>
<p>Interested applicants can search for jobs on <a href="https://www.xpo.com/work-with-us/">XPO&#8217;s Career Site</a>.</p>
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		<dc:creator><![CDATA[Peter MacLeod]]></dc:creator>
		<pubDate>Mon, 28 Jun 2021 09:58:46 +0000</pubDate>
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					<description><![CDATA[<p>Interroll has launched a new vertical crossbelt sorter which saves space, is energy-efficient and<a class="excerpt-read-more" href="https://www.logisticsbusiness.com/materials-handling-warehousing/interroll-introduces-new-vertical-crossbelt-sorter/" title="ReadInterroll introduces new vertical crossbelt sorter">... Read more &#187;</a></p>
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										<content:encoded><![CDATA[<p><a href="http://www.interroll.com">Interroll</a> has launched a new vertical crossbelt sorter which saves space, is energy-efficient and is easy to maintain. With the new MX 018V Vertical Crossbelt Sorter, Interroll says it makes it easier for system integrators and their end customers to enter the world of automatic crossbelt sortation solutions.</p>
<p>Above all, courier and parcel service providers, e-commerce providers and logistics service providers gain the ability to handle a high variety of goods in a space-saving, gentle and energy-efficient manner via a single technical infrastructure with a high number of end points. At the same time, users benefit from the performance and economic advantages offered by <a href="http://www.interroll.com">Interroll&#8217;s</a> proven, mechanically driven crossbelt sorter platform.</p>
<p>For the new MX 018V Vertical Crossbelt <a href="https://www.logisticsbusiness.com/materials-handling-warehousing/automation-handling-systems/">Sorter</a>, which replaces the previous ST 6130 Vertical Crossbelt Sorter, the conveying speed of unit loads has been increased to up to 1.8 m/s compared to 1.6 m/s. In addition, the maximum extension length has been increased from 80m to 180m. With the new sorter, high throughput rates of up to 14,000 unit loads per hour can be achieved and goods weighing up to 35kg can be transported. In the process, the sorter handles a wide variety of different sorted goods—from cartons, parcels, maxi letters, and mailing bags to polybags and more. The use of energy-efficient geared motors enables lower energy requirements compared to conventional sorter drives.</p>
<h3>Sorter control on request</h3>
<p>If desired, the new MX 018V Vertical Crossbelt Sorter can be commissioned both quickly and safely, using a modular and autonomous machine control system from <a href="http://www.interroll.com">Interroll</a> as a plug-and-play solution, and connected to the respective on-site goods management system by the system integrators.</p>
<p>&#8220;The linchpin of the new solution is the benefit it offers our customers,&#8221; explains Steffen Flender, Managing Director of <a href="http://www.interroll.com">Interroll Automation GmbH</a>. “That is why the new MX 018V Vertical Crossbelt Sorter is based on our modern crossbelt sorter platform, which is already used in the MX 025H Horizontal High Performance Crossbelt Sorter. In this way, our customers and the users benefit from, among other things, proven technologies, short delivery times and fast spare parts supply as part of the Interroll Lifetime Service.</p>
<p>“At the same time, the system can be seamlessly adapted to user-specific requirements thanks to its modular expandability. One example is the optionally available Top Loader, which is based on the innovative infeed conveyors for crossbelt sorters.”</p>
<p>Today, around 500 sorters from Interroll are already in use worldwide at industry leaders such as Amazon, DHL, FedEx, UPS, Hugo Boss, Inditex (ZARA), Zalando, Swiss Post, Austrian Post and China Post. An important reason for this success is the basic mechanical principle of these automatic sorting systems. Unlike competing products, the number of electronic components in Interroll&#8217;s sorter solutions has been kept as low as possible by design. The unique design principle thus ensures maximum availability, very long service lives, minimal operating costs and short payback times.</p>
<p>A video on the new vertical crossbelt sorter is available via: <a href="https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6QfxJfSrauc">https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6QfxJfSrauc</a></p>
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		<title>Pallet-Track urges action over driver shortage</title>
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		<dc:creator><![CDATA[Peter MacLeod]]></dc:creator>
		<pubDate>Fri, 25 Jun 2021 12:10:25 +0000</pubDate>
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					<description><![CDATA[<p>The chief executive of one of the Midlands’ fastest-growing logistics companies is leading a<a class="excerpt-read-more" href="https://www.logisticsbusiness.com/transport-distribution/road-transport-haulage/pallet-track-urges-action-driver-shortage/" title="ReadPallet-Track urges action over driver shortage">... Read more &#187;</a></p>
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										<content:encoded><![CDATA[<p>The chief executive of one of the Midlands’ fastest-growing logistics companies is leading a rallying call to government to address the UK’s chronic shortage of <a href="https://www.logisticsbusiness.com/transport-distribution/road-transport-haulage/">HGV</a> drivers.</p>
<p>Caroline Green, CEO of Wolverhampton-based <a href="http://www.pallet-track.co.uk">Pallet-Track</a>, says solving the 70,000+ driver deficit goes beyond what one company can achieve but can be tackled with the support of its shareholder members and the wider business community.</p>
<p>The long-standing crisis has been compounded by the triple-whammy of Brexit, the coronavirus pandemic and a huge spike in demand for home deliveries, issues raised by Caroline when she hosted Wolverhampton South East MP Pat McFadden and Association of Pallet Networks chairman Paul Sanders on Friday, 18th June, to discuss the industry’s response.</p>
<p><a href="http://www.pallet-track.co.uk">Pallet-Track</a> is asking all its shareholder members to write to their MPs to raise the issue and solidify the message that collective lobbying is the best way to push the crisis up the political agenda.</p>
<p>Green said: “We are a dynamic and progressive business in a critical sector that has historically been taken for granted. It has taken a pandemic for many people to wake up to the sector’s far-reaching contribution to everyday life – but drivers are still under-appreciated and this is contributing to the significant shortage we face.</p>
<p>“To tackle this, we need to build a lobbying strategy to ensure the industry is heard by government – which is why we are asking all of our shareholder members to write to their local MPs.</p>
<p>“The logistics sector has more than demonstrated how critical it is to the UK’s infrastructure, keeping the wheels of UK plc turning during the pandemic.</p>
<p>“For example, the pandemic has caused a dramatic increase in demand for kerbside deliveries of everyday products such as turf and slabs, as householders embarked on lockdown DIY, with the ratio of home deliveries increasing from one-in-10 pre-pandemic to one-in-four today.</p>
<p>“Our challenge now is to maintain that level of business recognition and understanding as the UK slowly re-emerges from lockdown and promote the role of drivers as both attractive and aspirational careers.”</p>
<p>HGV drivers contributed to a staggering 27.8 million pallets delivered by UK networks in the last year, a 3.2% growth year-on-year. Sixty-three per cent of these were next day delivery.</p>
<p>“The logistics industry is one which has historically had image problems for a variety of reasons, so if we can increase the recognition for its work in a post-lockdown world, we can go a long way towards addressing that issue,” added Green.</p>
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		<dc:creator><![CDATA[Peter MacLeod]]></dc:creator>
		<pubDate>Fri, 25 Jun 2021 10:41:14 +0000</pubDate>
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					<description><![CDATA[<p>Any logistics services provider or online fulfilment company that is perceived to be merely paying lip<a class="excerpt-read-more" href="https://www.logisticsbusiness.com/materials-handling-warehousing/forklift-technology/ignoring-corporate-sustainability-not-option/" title="ReadIgnoring corporate sustainability “not an option”">... Read more &#187;</a></p>
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										<content:encoded><![CDATA[<p>Any logistics services provider or online fulfilment company that is perceived to be merely paying lip service to ‘green’ issues or is inactive when it comes to corporate sustainability strategy, not only risks seriously undermining its own brand and reputation – but also those of its clients.</p>
<p>That is the warning from Paul Mulcahy, <a href="https://toyota-forklifts.eu/">Toyota Material Handling</a> UK’s Quality, Health and Safety and Environment (QHSE) manager.</p>
<p>“There was a time when it was dismissed by sections of the business community as ‘just another fad,’ but corporate sustainability is now seen as deeply intrinsic to the success of any modern company,” says Mulcahy.</p>
<p>He continues: “Sustainable practices have emerged as a strategic imperative and many companies – particularly retailers and online traders &#8211; are using sustainability to increase customer loyalty.</p>
<p>“Consumers increasingly show a preference for brands and products with authentic sustainability stories. As a result, today’s multi-channel retailers need to be able to demonstrate a genuine commitment to sustainable goals and they expect their logistics services providers or online fulfilment partners to be in a position to do the same.</p>
<p>“Of course, this is having a knock-on effect on materials handling equipment (MHE) companies too, because logistics and fulfilment operations obviously prefer to work with suppliers of forklift trucks and other types of MHE that are as serious as they are about sustainability – and not just treating the issue as another marketing veneer.</p>
<p>“For example it would be difficult for Toyota to provide <a href="https://www.logisticsbusiness.com/materials-handling-warehousing/forklift-technology/">forklift</a> fleets to the UK’s biggest supermarket retailers or an organisation such as Amazon, if we didn’t have robust sustainability strategies in place.</p>
<p>“Companies only want to deal with businesses that share their values and this attitude is passing down through the supply chain. Ultimately, everyone – from the biggest retailer or manufacturer to their smallest supplier – will have to focus on its responsibility to operate sustainably.”</p>
<p>More than just ‘green’</p>
<p>Contrary to popular belief, there is more to a corporate sustainability strategy than simply being ‘green’, as Mulcahy explains.</p>
<p>“Ask a room full of people from the business community what ‘corporate sustainability’ means to them and the chances are most will immediately mention environmental issues. But environmentalism isn’t the whole story.</p>
<p>“When adopting a corporate sustainability strategy, businesses also have to consider their social, economic and cultural impact. In other words, a sustainable company will engage in business practices that are good for people as well as the environment.”</p>
<p>Sustainability has been high on <a href="https://toyota-forklifts.eu/">Toyota’s</a> agenda for many years and every 12 months, Toyota Material Handling UK undergoes an assessment by EcoVadis, the leading sustainability rating company. The assessment focuses on the company’s commitment not only to the environment, but also to labour issues and human rights, sustainable procurement and ethics.</p>
<p>In November 2020 Toyota was granted an EcoVadis Platinum award. The highest possible score, the award ranks the company within the top 1% of the 61,000+ organisations around the world that undergo the EcoVadis programme.</p>
<p>&#8220;Receiving an EcoVadis Platinum award enables us to build trust with our customers, suppliers and other stakeholders, and encourages all of us within Toyota Material Handling UK to continue integrating sustainability into the way that we work,&#8221; says Mulcahy.</p>
<p>As part of its ongoing commitment to seek out new sustainable initiatives, Toyota Material Handling UK has recently established a sustainability group comprising team members with widely varying roles from across the company. The group’s job is to identify ways that Toyota can contribute more to society and its local communities.</p>
<p>“Adopting even seemingly insignificant sustainable practices can have a major impact in the long term, so nothing will be overlooked. After all, it is said that If every office worker in the UK used one less staple a day, 120 tonnes of steel would be saved in a single year!” adds Mulcahy.</p>
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		<dc:creator><![CDATA[Peter MacLeod]]></dc:creator>
		<pubDate>Fri, 25 Jun 2021 10:30:00 +0000</pubDate>
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					<description><![CDATA[<p>In this article, supplied by Leigh Anderson, Managing Director, Bis Henderson Recruitment, we look<a class="excerpt-read-more" href="https://www.logisticsbusiness.com/it-in-logistics/jobs-training/food-industry-changes-demand-strategic-thinking/" title="ReadFood industry changes demand strategic thinking">... Read more &#187;</a></p>
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										<content:encoded><![CDATA[<p>In this article, supplied by Leigh Anderson, Managing Director, <a href="http://www.bis-hendersonrecruitment.com">Bis Henderson Recruitment</a>, we look how a changed commercial and social environment is having an effect on talent recruitment and retention in the supply chain industry.</p>
<p>From producers to processors, wholesalers and retailers, the food industry <a href="https://www.logisticsbusiness.com/it-in-logistics/jobs-training/">employs</a> many of the sharpest minds in supply chain management. In an industry based on the tightest of margins, where the smallest change can have great consequences, supply chain threats and opportunities arise on a daily basis. From crop failures, bad weather, transport delays, production breakdowns, health scares, to heatwaves, ‘superfood’ fads and celebrity endorsements, food supply chain managers’ ability to resolve a continuous stream of issues, that the consumer barely notices, is a marvel.</p>
<p>They’re good. So why are businesses across the food supply sector now in the market for yet more high-level supply chain talent? It’s because the challenges today, and for the future, are not just the continuing tactical firefighting, but an unprecedented and urgent range of strategic issues.</p>
<h3>Pace of change</h3>
<p>Historically, the pace of strategic change in the food industry has been that of the escargot. Developments in technology, such as canning, freezing, microwaveable foods, or channel changes from open markets to High Street shops to supermarkets, took decades to become established and the industry has been able to adapt its supply and logistics arrangements at a leisurely pace.</p>
<p>That is no longer true. In only a few years, for example, veganism has moved from being an eccentricity to a mainstream market that few in the industry can afford to ignore. In quick time too, concerns around animal welfare, food miles and provenance generally have left the middle-class dinner parties to inform the food shopping decisions of the whole nation, while eCommerce and home delivery is transforming how, where and what people eat.</p>
<p>These trends are not short-term tactical problems to be solved but sea changes that affect the food chain at all levels. At every turn, strategies are having to be reconsidered, and food companies are seeking to augment their tactical supply chain capabilities with people who can bring innovative, even visionary, strategic thinking to bear.</p>
<p>For example, COVID and Brexit have exposed acute shortages of warehousing space (especially in chilled/frozen) but as our colleagues at BH Space report, the UK was seriously ‘under-warehoused’ anyway. There is an urgent requirement for strategic thinkers who can devise robust and resilient, but flexible, ways of housing increased volumes both of raw materials and of finished products, for domestic and overseas markets.</p>
<h3>Supply chain pressure</h3>
<p>Manufacturers’ supply chains and logistics are also under ever greater pressure from the large grocery retailers, as they respond to changes in consumer behaviour – such as, more eating at home and more bulk buying of long-life products. Retailers are changing their own models, and of course responding to each others’ developments. Just recently, Iceland announced a big move into fresh food, while Amazon Fresh has opened its first two physical grocery stores in the UK.</p>
<p>Change on this scale means that existing supply relationships are no longer locked in. Current suppliers will have to work extra hard at maintaining relationships, fulfilling new patterns of demand and fulfilment, and ‘future proofing’ their business, including adapting to the technologies that Amazon Fresh, Ocado and others are introducing. Meanwhile there are unprecedented opportunities for smaller manufacturers to grab a slice of the action, if they can demonstrate the required strategies and capabilities.</p>
<p>And all the time, changes are tending to increase costs unless these can be countered through continuous operational improvement.</p>
<p>The buzzwords are robust, resilient, adaptable, innovative – and these apply not just to company strategies, but to the senior logisticians and supply chain managers who will lead them.</p>
<h3>Shortage in skills</h3>
<p>Such skills are in short supply – no wonder that at Bis Henderson Recruitment we are receiving urgent inquiries, even from the largest grocery chains and from household name food producers and distributors.</p>
<p>They are looking for senior managers and directors who can devise and drive change in demand planning, in inventory management, in sourcing and purchasing, in import management and international logistics.</p>
<p>They are looking for people who can develop robust strategies – often multiple strategies for an uncertain world where different parts of the market appear to be moving in different directions, and businesses may need to pivot from one strategy to another at the drop of a Downing Street briefing. All this, even though their farming suppliers, the crop growers and stock rearers, are bound to timescales measured in seasons or years.</p>
<p>They are not looking for people who are bound by process, because the process is changing on a daily basis. They need people who have a deep understanding of the interconnectedness of the food industry and that can anticipate how retailers’ market strategies will impact all levels of the supply chain. And they need people who can lead and inspire, despite a high pressure, even manic, environment.</p>
<p>That is some wish list for what are often new roles, and translated into a role specification can look a little vague. Bis Henderson helps clients refine and define their requirements, and to review what their supply chain and supply chain management looks like, and ought to look like.</p>
<p>The UK has not been self-sufficient in food for several centuries. If we are to continue to eat affordably, safely and pleasurably, the food industry needs to marry the finest strategic supply chain thinking to its already world-class tactical excellence. Bis Henderson Recruitment can help bring about that partnership.</p>
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