Daily Archives: August 10, 2016

Old Dominion Named to Inbound Logistics’ G75 List

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THOMASVILLE, N.C. (July 6, 2016) – Inbound Logistics has named Old Dominion Freight Line, Inc. to its 75 Green Supply Chain Partners (G75) 2016 list.

This is Old Dominion’s sixth consecutive year receiving the honor, which recognizes companies for their commitment to supply chain sustainability.

The annual list, which is featured in the special “Lean and Green” June issue of the magazine, was compiled to showcase companies that demonstrate green best practices in supply chain, logistics and transportation operations. The results are based on four main criteria: measureable green results, sustainability innovation, continuous improvement and industry recognition.

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SF Extends Services to Myanmar, Brazil, Canada, Mexico, United Kingdom and EU

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(S.F. Express, Aug 10th, 2016) We are very pleased to announce that SF has extended its services to Myanmar, Brazil, Canada, Mexico, United Kingdom and 27 EU countries* in July 2016. Now you can enjoy reliable express delivery service to all areas in these abovementioned countries at competitive rates. We believe our network expansion will help you to connect your business to even more countries in the world.

The launch of Myanmar, Brazil, Canada, Mexico, United Kingdom and 27 EU countries lanes has further extended our service globally and greatly strengthened our international presence and demonstrated our commitment to enhancing our service. Till July 2016, SF has been providing convenient services in 48 countries and regions. As your dedicated and reliable shipping partner, we adhere to expanding our network and providing high quality and cost-effective solutions to fulfill your logistics demands.

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All aboard! Hermes deliveries kept on track by dedicated courier

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A courier from South Lanarkshire has gone the extra mile to ensure vital deliveries were kept on track after a village was cut adrift due to road closures. It was full steam ahead for Michael Houston as he jumped on-board the Leadhills and Wanlockhead Railway (L&WR) to deliver parcels for Hermes.

When the local council decided to resurface the B797 between Leadhills and Wanlockhead, meaning that the road would be shut for two weeks in July, residents wanting to travel between the two villages faced a 50-mile detour. This drove train enthusiasts from the area to produce a daily timetable for the L&WR, which traditionally runs as a tourist attraction at weekends. For the duration of the roadworks the narrow gauge railway operated a regular daily service, prompting Michael to take advantage.

Read more at hermesworld.com

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