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Five trends for better business communication in 2017
Global information logistics expert Retarus has identified five business communication trends, which companies will need to keep an eye on in 2017. [Read More]
 
INDUSTRY
Maersk Line appoints new Greater China head
Maersk Line has announced that effective from 1 January 2017, Mike Fang will take up new responsibilities in Shanghai as Head of Maersk Line Greater China. [Read More]
 
Boost for medical logistics campus in Heerlen
Start build of Medtronic’s new distribution center reinforces medical logistical expertise in South Limburg region. [Read More]
 
Kuehne + Nagel appointed logistics partner for Michelin in Poland
Kuehne + Nagel signed an agreement with Michelin, one of the largest tyre manufacturers in the world, to manage Michelin’s warehouse activities in Poland. [Read More]
 
Redwood Logistics names Alan Toliver chief logistics officer
Toliver joins Redwood with more than 25 years of experience in logistics and transportation, including senior roles in both asset and non-asset logistics companies. [Read More]
 
GEODIS and DELTA DRONE confirm the operational development of a unique solution for warehouse inventory using drones
A few months after the start-up of the project and in line with the planned schedule, the initial development phase of this unique project has come to a successful conclusion. [Read More]
 
Suttons appoints new MD to head up international division
Suttons Group has announced the appointment of Barry McNally as managing director of Suttons International Ltd. [Read More]
 
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