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Comet appoints Wincanton as logistics partner for three years
By RBR Staff Writer
Comet, the UK electrical retailer, has hired Wincanton, the UK-based logistics provider, as its warehouse and distribution partner for the next three years. The new agreement extends the relationship the two companies have had for the last 12 years.
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Bank of Japan identifies fixing supply chain as first economic priority in rebuilding efforts
The Bank of Japan has identified fixing the nation's supply chain as the first economic priority when the nation starts rebuilding after the earthquake and tsunami hit Japan.
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Yusen Logistics ready for UK launch on 17 April
By RBR Staff Writer
Yusen Logistics, a global logistics company, is set for a UK launch on 17 April with the integration of NYK Logistics (UK) with its freight forwarder Yusen Air & Sea Service, reports said.
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Waitrose boosts north England expansion plan with RDC deal
By RBR Staff Writer
Waitrose, the UK-based supermarket chain, signed an agreement with British Airways Pension Fund and Evander Properties to develop and lease a 30-acre warehouse site in Chorley, Lancashire at an investment of $58m.
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Tesco to open rail-connected distribution facility at DIRFT II
By RBR Staff Writer
Tesco, the UK supermarket chain, will open an 840,000 sq ft distribution center at ProLogis’ Daventry International Rail Freight Terminal (DIRFT) II location this summer, which will help it transport goods via rail.
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Amazon to open two warehouses in Tennessee
By RBR Staff Writer
Amazon, the US-based online retailer, will open two warehouse facilities in Tennessee at an investment of $319m.
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Tesco overhaul of distribution network to exclude fresh produce
By RBR Staff Writer
Tesco's overhaul of its distribution network will include only general grocery and non-food items and not fresh produce.
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China's 360buy.com to invest $1.2bn in logistics
By RBR Staff Writer
360buy.com, the Chinese online store plans to invest $1.2bn on improving its logistics and enhancing customer services over the next few years with a view to meet tough competition from several online stores.
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SPS Commerce, Appolis partner to provide streamlined solution for consumer goods suppliers
By RBR Staff Writer
SPS Commerce, a Minneapolis-based provider of on-demand supply chain management solutions, and Appolis, a Microsoft Gold Certified Partner and provider of warehouse management solutions, have partnered to provide food and beverage, consumer goods and discrete manufacturing suppliers with a streamlined solution for their warehouse operations.
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eZCom enhances Lingo-hosted EDI service to help SMBs
By RBR Staff Writer
eZCom Software, a Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) provider of multi-enterprise supply chain solutions, enhanced its Lingo hosted EDI service with greater ASN (Advance Ship Notice) Flexibility and new Pallets Capability in a bid to meet the specific business needs of its customers.
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Cinram to provide storage and distribution service to Morrisons
By RBR Staff Writer
Cinram International, the Ontario-based manufacturer and distributor of packaged media, will provide storage and distribution services for the music, video and games categories to Wm Morrisons Supermarkets in the UK.
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Panic buying compounds supply chain woes at Japan retail shops
By RBR Staff Writer
Panic buying is compounding the food stuff shortage in disaster-hit Japan, even as the supply chain is under pressure from damaged road networks, wrecked or stalled factories and curtailed train services, the Associated Press reported.
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Morrisons gets approval to construct Bridgwater warehouse
By RBR Staff Writer
Morrisons, the UK supermarket chain, has received planning permission for an additional regional distribution centre in Bridgwater of Somerset, the UK.
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High demand for limited food supplies at Japan stores after quake
By RBR Staff Writer
Japanese stores are struggling to procure and maintain supplies of staples, especially food items, after the earthquake and tsunami hit the country, reports said.
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Indian Budget facilitates large scale investments in retail supply chain
By RBR Staff Writer
The Indian retail supply chain is expected to receive large scale investments with the government's decision to grant infrastructure status to cold chains and storages in its recently announced national budget.
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