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Industrial and logistics news: November 2014

27/11/2014

Round-up of recent market news.

Conservatives will invest in roads if win next election

The Prime Minster David Cameron has said that he will invest in the largest road-building programme seen in the country since the 1970's if the Conservatives win the next election. Read more

Unexpected slowdown in parcel growth reported in September

September saw an unexpected slowdown in parcel growth as online sales of autumn and winter clothing have been held back by warm weather. Read more

Aldi and Lidl plan convenience stores

Aldi and Lidl have unveiled plans to establish their own convenience outlets in an attempt to capture customers from Sainsbury's Local and Tesco's Metro stores. Read more

Sainsbury's and Netto join forces to launch new discount stores

The joint venture between Sainsbury's and the Danish supermarket chain Netto must prove a success within one year, according to Netto's chief executive Per Bank. Read more

Ocado signs lease for London warehouse

Ocado, the online supermarket, has signed a 15-year lease on a warehouse facility at Segro's Origin development at the Park Royal site in west London. Read more

Goodman unveils speculative development plan

Goodman has struck a strategic development partnership with the Anglesea Capital fund that will lead to three speculative units being built. Read more

 Data services provided by M-Brain UK.

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