Geodis Wilson wins 2-year contract with Delsey

Geodis Wilson will manage Delsey’s global logistics operations  Geodis Wilson, Geodis’ freight management division, today announces signing of a two year contract to manage the global logistics operations for international luggage manufacturer, Delsey. Geodis Wilson’s advanced solutions and global offering will reduce Delsey’s logistics costs by a significant percentage. Geodis Wilson will implement a fully integrated logistics service with management of intra-Asia freight services through Vietnam and Southern China, contractual

Apprenticeships are helping Logistics organisations

To attract growing numbers of young recruits The positive impacts that apprenticeships are having on individuals, businesses and the UK economy will be celebrated during the sixth National Apprenticeship Week, (11-15 March). Provisional figures from Skills for Logistics (SfL) reveal that in 2011/12 a total of 15,670 logistics oriented apprenticeship starts in England. This represents a 29 per cent increase on the number of starts (12,170) in 2010/2011. “This significant

New Executive Vice President for Geodis Wilson

Kim Petersen will head Freight Forwarding division Kim Pedersen, 47, has been appointed Executive Vice President of Geodis Wilson. Starting March 1st, 2013, he will be heading the global Freight Forwarding division of Geodis. In taking this position he also becomes a member of the group’s executive management. “In Kim Pedersen we have a person at the top of our freight forwarding activities who brings the capabilities, the experience and

ISS warns of impact on crew logistics services

Following major strike by Iberia airlines  Inchcape Shipping Services (ISS), the world’s leading maritime services provider, is warning of a likely impact on crew logistics services in all Spanish ports after the main unions for Iberia airlines called a five day national strike in Spain from 18th February to 22nd February. It is anticipated that around 40 per cent of scheduled flights and ten per cent of international flights will