Xpediator appoints Alberto Llames Romero to head its Delamode arm
UK freight management firm Xpediator has appointed Alberto Llames Romero (above) as UK logistics director, ...
An interesting article by Thomas Cullen (who wrote the recent Loadstar LongRead: Automotive Apocalypse), on rumours that DHL Supply Chain could lay off hundreds of employees as a result of Jaguar Land Rover (JLR) cost-cutting.
He noted that JLR is attempting to reduce its cost base by cutting its own and contract staff – which is likely to include DHL staff, who provide line-feed operations and transport planning. Explaining why JLR needs to cut costs, Mr Cullen added that other car manufacturers were also under pressure and that there is a “danger that the logistics service providers will get caught in the middle”.