Logistics & Supply Chain Conference News

Reducing carbon emissions

The Climate Change Act was passed in 2008 as part of an initiative to reduce the UK’s carbon emission by 2050- with goals to build a low-carbon economy by 80% in comparison to the levels in 1990. In order to achieve this target, a system of five-yearly targets were established, outlining the carbon budgets to act as check points in Continue Reading »

Shell’s deepwater development

Shell has maintained position as one of the leaders in the global lubricant market for the tenth year in a row, in correspondence with Kline & Company’s Global Lubricants Industry: Market Analysis and Assessment 2016 report. This report also places Shell Lubricants as the market leader in the UK and USA. As well as establishing thriving relationships with equipment manufacturers Continue Reading »

Delaware Consulting join as workshop partner

Logistics and Chain Supply Conference 2017 is proud to welcome Delaware Consulting as a workshop partner at the conference to be held in central London on the 21st and 22nd of March this year.  They will be hosting a session on day one, where Delware Consulting partner Thierry Bryneel will be discussing the ways in which inventory levels and Sales Continue Reading »

G&W acquires Pentalver to complement Freightliner business

Container terminal operator Pentalver is being acquired by Genesee & Wyoming, the parent company of Freightliner in the UK. Pentalver, which is part of AP Moller-Maersk’s terminals business, operates off-dock terminals at Felixstowe, Southampton, London Gateway and Tilbury, as well as an inland terminal at Cannock. The company is headquartered in Southampton. In total it has more than 100 acres Continue Reading »