Analytiqa: Logistics Bulletin: Friday 26th January
In the Automotive sector, Cat Logistics has announced a five-year agreement to provide Ssangyong Motor with warehousing, inventory management, transportation management, customer services, and financial management, whilst Höegh Autoliners and Maersk have announced that they will cooperate on car carrier fleets, combining to manage a fleet of about 67 vessels globally.
Elsewhere, ASEAN leaders have signed a trade agreement with China, bringing them a step closer to establishing the world's biggest free trade area. The agreement, which covers telecommunications, transport, tourism and other services, will take effect from July.
Urban Transport Policy in Europe: Meeting City Demands for Green Logistics
New Research from Analytiqa
Urban Transport Policy in Europe: Meeting City Demands for Green Logistics takes an in-depth look at the current initiatives and legislation currently being planned and implemented across twenty cities in twelve European countries across both West and Eastern Europe.
The issues addressed are those that will have the greatest impact on providers working within the express, logistics or supply chain arena. It is critical that hauliers, courier and express, logistics and distribution companies across all sectors understand and account for changes in their operational environment.
This report will assist decision makers within these organisations to ensure correct future investment into vehicles, resources, strategies and services that are not only compliant with future environmental legislation (Euro 4, Euro IV, Euro 5, Euro V, etc) and developments, but more importantly, are considered and hence able to take full advantage of some of the opportunities the future, 'greener', market will provide.
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DHL releases first Sustainability Report for its UK operations
22 January 2007 - Provides stakeholders with detailed information about the economic, environmental and social performance of DHL in the UK
DHL has released the first Sustainability Report for its operations in the UK. Prepared in accordance with the Transport and Logistics industry guidelines set out by the Global Reporting Initiative (GRI), makes this Report the first of its kind for the industry.
The Sustainability Report covers both the Express and Aviation divisions of DHL UK. It provides stakeholders with detailed information about the economic, environmental and social performance of DHL in the UK and the Company's aspirations for the future. The report includes information that is of particular relevance to the Transportation and Logistics industry and its customers, such as managing Health and Safety, managing the impacts of climate change from air and road transport, the handling of hazardous goods, road safety and managing noise in local communities.
The UK-specific Sustainability Report compliments the Global Sustainability Report produced by DHL's parent company, Deutsche Post World Net.
The Global Reporting Initiative (GRI) is a globally recognised standard for sustainability reporting. The Logistics and Transportation Sector Supplement (based on the GRI Sustainability Reporting Guidelines) released earlier this year was developed in consultation with companies in the industry and stakeholders groups and contains performance indicators of particular relevance to the industry.
Elsewhere this week:
Kerry Logistics and ALFRED TALKE sign deal to enter chemical logistics sector in China
Swift Transportation Agrees to Be Acquired by Jerry Moyes
ABX LOGISTICS opens own subsidiary for Air & Sea Freight Forwarding in Poland
Höegh Autoliners and Maersk to cooperate with on car carrier fleets
Vos Logistics and Bertschi join forces in dry bulk sector
Swift Transportation Reports 3.4% drop in 2006 net revenues
Werner Enterprises reports 6.0% increase in 2006 revenues
Geodis launches capital increase
Cat Logistics to provide integrated logistics solution to Ssangyong Motor
Culina provides flexible service for Sweet Port
Baylis adds Monkhill to sweet portfolio
Toshiba operates largest RFID supply chain solution in Europe
GEODIS unveils innovative RFID sharing concept
ProLogis to Develop Distribution Centre for Furniture Row
Bulgarian property fund buys land for logistics centre in Vidin
ASEAN and China Sign Trade and Services Pact
DHL releases first Sustainability Report for its UK operations
Ozburn-Hessey Logistics appoints key personnel
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List of Key Industry Participants:
ABX LOGISTICS; BAX Global; CH Robinson; DHL Global Forwarding; EGL; Exel; Expeditors; FedEx; GeoLogistics; Hellmann Worldwide Logistics; Kintetsu World Express; Kuehne & Nagel; Maersk Logistics; Nippon Express; Panalpina; Schenker; SDV; UPS SCS; UTi Worldwide Logistics; Yusen; Wincanton; APL Logistics; TDG; Rhenus Logistics; Penske Logistics; DPWN; DHL; DHL Exel Supply Chain; Federal Express; Schneider Logistics; Schneider National; Schenker Logistics; Stinnes; Gist; Eagle Global Logistics; Menlo Worldwide; Jones Lang LaSalle; ProLogis; DTZ; Gazeley; Groupe Norbert Dentressangle; National Logistics Company; TNT; TNT Logistics; Gefco; Maersk; Geodis; GEFCO; Bibby Distribution; Global Automotive Logistics; Autologic; NYK Logistics; Dachser; DSV; Fiege; Frans Maas; Hellmann Worldwide; MOL; KWE; Kintetsu; Ewals; UPS; Ryder.
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