The BSG annual charity fishing competition will be held in September 2015 in Leicestershire.
Spencer Whittaker of BSG is delighted with the great response and support from anglers across the UK. All of the funds raised will be going to Leicester Children’s Hospital. This wonderful charity work tirelessly to bring happiness to so many children.
Happy New Year!
As part of its continued expansion, BSG have taken delivery of new Mercedes and Citroen vans for its dedicated courier business.
Russ Lee, a key member of the BSG team, is delighted with the vehicles which will give even more flexibility and greater response for our new and existing customers.
By 2020, computers and technologies – including warehouse management systems – will be 32 times more powerful than today’s yet they will increasingly be operated by ageing brains.
There are two conflicting hypotheses that will dominate our lives in the next 50 years: the aging population and the exponential growth of technology. Why do they conflict? Because as people age they become less able, perhaps less willing, to absorb technological change; yet change it does and at an ever faster rate. How will we all cope? What can we, those of us in the business of technology, do to ease the pain?
As the wheels of industry speed up again after the Christmas break, Britain’s warehouse and logistics operations will need to stay confident in the face of political uncertainty ahead of May’s election and the weakening Eurozone.
One thing we can be sure of over the next 12 months is the warehousing and logistics industry continuing to provide the muscle to help UK business rise to the challenges ahead.
Have a successful 2015 from all at BSG Logistics.
Improved customer service, better planning and stronger relationships are at the heart of a five-year plan which sets out how England’s motorways and major A roads will be modernised, maintained and operated between 2015 and 2020.
The pledges are made in the first Strategic Business Plan published by Highways England – the Government-owned company which will replace the existing Highways Agency from April next year, the name of which was announced by Roads Minister John Hayes in Parliament on Monday (8 December).