Since the outbreak of Covid-19, the world is facing unprecedented challenges. There is a lot of uncertainty in the air, which makes planning for the future very challenging. From an operational perspective, what are the things postal and parcel companies should be considering to be better prepared for the coming years?
We believe that continuous innovation is key to long-term partnerships. See here how our designers develop an improved milk trolley within weeks to support Arla UK instead of creating a new product which was not needed.
10 year anniversary between Mega Image & K.Hartwall
During the past 10 years Mega Image, one of the TOP retailers in Romania, switched from wooden pallets to roll cages and today, more than 99% of total volume are delivered on the Compactainer® roll cages.
Very honoured to receive our CILT corporate membership plaque
K.Hartwall receiving their membership plaque from HRH Princess Anne as part of the 100 years celebration of the Chartered Institute of Logistics, an organisation for professionals involved in the movement of goods and people.
While meeting with customers in Brazil, we came into talks with a major hard discounter retailer, active in the greater Sao Paulo region as well as many other areas around Brazil. They used demountables with height extensions.
SPAR Handels AG Switzerland is a leading retailer with independently owned and operated food retail stores and gas stations. SPAR started a project in 2016 to rethink their transport management with foldable roll container.
Our Sales Manager in France has been working with Picard Surgelés to create a training video for their operational teams. Picking was earlier made in demountable roll cages so it was crucial to teach the end users how to handle the new equipment.
Posti Group has selected K.Hartwall as the 2018 Supplier of the Year
The main theme for Posti’s Supplier Day this year was “Innovation” as the group has been working with suppliers to develop solutions to strengthen their operations and competitiveness in the future. One example is the Parcel cage that will be used in line hauls between sorting centres.
K.Hartwall becomes major shareholder of A&A Logistik
K.Hartwall, Finnish provider of returnable logistics solutions, announced today the acquistion of A&A Logistik-Equipment GmbH & Co. KG., a German company providing logistics equipment for different industries. During the past years A&A has heavily invested in developing tugger train solutions and AGV’s.
Even the best things can break due to wear and tear or rough handling that load carriers experience on a daily basis. This is why we started a customer focused service partnership with Plåt & Svets i Stenkullen AB in Gothenburg.
The automotive industry in Mexico has grown fast over the past few years and now represents 20% of the country’s manufacturing base. Nowadays most of the main car manufacturers and their suppliers are based in the country because of the lower labor costs and rapidly growing skilled workforce.
K. Hartwall selected as a long term partner to PostNord
PostNord is the leading Postal operator in the Nordic region. Last year PostNord delivered over 5 billion letters and 130 million parcels to 25 million residents and 2 million businesses throughout its 6,000 distribution points in the Nordics.
As stated in the latest strategy update last June, Posti aims to be the number one provider of postal and logistics services to its customers in 2018. They have also stated that the most important financial target is to maintain good profitability and keep one step ahead of the ongoing fast transformation of the postal industry.
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