Delivery / Supply Chain
Conservative MP Tobias Ellwood has called on the Prime Minister to announce a COBRA meeting to deal with the intensifying "Pingdemic" crisis which is plaguing the country's food supply.
22/07/2021 11:31 AM
Fresh-faced ultra-rapid grocery delivery startup Jokr is causing ripples in the space and is posing threats to its rivals according to former Amazon exec Brittain Ladd.
22/07/2021 11:00 AM
Royal Mail is hoping that the shift to ecommerce will continues post-pandemic as it records positive growth thanks to online parcel delivery boom.
20/07/2021 9:27 AM
Nike could soon run out of trainers as two of its major suppliers halt production entirely due to a spike in Covid-19 cases.
16/07/2021 11:15 AM
Lidl is facing a boycott from hauliers across the UK which threatens to see goods including vegetables, bread and toilet roles absent from its shelves.
16/07/2021 8:16 AM
UK supermarkets should be granted “flexibility” over late-night deliveries to ensure shelves remain stocked in the face of the ongoing driver shortage crisis.
14/07/2021 2:16 PM
European heavy goods vehicle (HGV) could be granted short-term visas amid new plans being discussed to help tackle the national driver drought.
13/07/2021 2:08 PM
Nisa says it’s tie-up with Deliveroo has significantly boosted sales with some of its stores now receiving 10 per cent of their turnover via the app.
13/07/2021 9:32 AM
Ocado is still plagued by capacity issues and “can’t serve a lot of Marks & Spencer customers” according to its chairman Archie Norman.
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