Analytiqa: Logistics Bulletin: Friday 23rd February
Elsewhere, computer manufacturer Dell has established a new Global operations organisation, whilst retailer Decathlon is expanding its logistics footprint in China and Audi and Volkswagen have opened a parts centre in the Middle East. In Europe, DHL is investing in Hungary, Kuehne + Nagel is leasing warehouse space in Romania and Beiersdorf is to sell its logistics centre in Germany.
Among contract wins (and losses) reported this week are a number of developments at Unipart Logistics (Boots, Apple and Vodafone), TNT, Allied Foods and Norbert Dentressangle.
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Unipart Logistics win four new contracts
14 February 2007 - Unipart has won four multi-million pound long-term contracts including substantial new business with Apple and Vodafone UK.
The contracts total more than £230.0 million in revenue and will create hundreds of new jobs in Unipart’s logistics centres in the Midlands. They establish Unipart as a leader in the rapidly growing and highly demanding field of technology logistics.
The Company’s 27,870 m2 logistics centre in Nuneaton (an integrated logistics and handset repair centre that Unipart runs with Vodafone UK) is growing rapidly and is expected to employ nearly a thousand people making it Britain’s biggest mobile ‘phone repair and refurbishment centre.
950 Unipart staff not only oversee the supply direct from the manufacturers of the mobile handsets themselves but bundle them across a variety of service offerings ensuring the right hardware and software goes to the customer.
The centre also deals with what is known as reverse logistics or customer returns of damaged, unwanted or faulty phones.
Unipart’s proficiency in reverse logistics has also led to major contracts with large internet retailers such as ASOS.com. And from February 2007, it will handle returns of the Apple iPod.
Elsewhere this week:
DPWN increases 2006 revenues and earnings as expected
Toll ready for more acquisitions
UK hauliers lose market share
Boots end contract with Unipart Logistics
TNT Express wins Mitsubishi Motors contract
Allied Foods and Sam Dennigan win distribution contracts in Ireland
Norbert Dentressangle renews contract with CHEP
DSC Logistics awarded warehouse contracts by Culligan
Schneider National gets go-ahead in China
Thiel Logistik expands presence in South America
Dell establishes new Global operations organisation
Kraton announces opening of new Asia Pacific distribution centre
DPWN announces multi million US dollar investment in Dubai World Central
Kuehne + Nagel leases warehouse space in Romania
Beiersdorf to sell logistics centre in Hamburg
New logistics centres for Russia's major transport hubs
Decathlon expands logistics space in China
Audi and Volkswagen open parts centre in Middle East
DHL invests in Hungary
Volvo makes bid for Nissan Diesel
Foster's Group Extends RedPrairie supply chain rollout
Universal Power Group selects RedPrairie
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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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