Welcome to the support portal for the Diversified Logistics LLC's family of companies. 

    Our family as a 3PL company has grown over the years and has increased our integration of technology to help customers and us track problem areas and provide answers as we continue to grow. We have provided this website to help teach, answer questions and provide information about our company and its technology. As we find areas that need attention or receive calls and emails we will be updating this site so we can provide the most up to date information available, We have also provided links to take you directly to areas of activity. Please feel free to submit a ticket or click on the live chat to ask a question. You do not have to be a registered user to start a chat or submit a ticket. But you will have to be a registered user to view our company specific resolution information. 

W. Walklett IT Manager/CIO

 

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Recent Articles

JUN21
Verdion to spec 700,000 ft2 in Doncaster

Developer Verdion is set to speculatively develop 680,000 ft2 of new warehouse space at its 6 million ft2 iPort multimodal logistics hub in Doncaster, South Yorkshire. In partnership with investor Healthcare of Ontario Pension Plan, the pan-European logistics real estate specialist will deliver four buildings ranging from 116,000 ft2 to 260,000 ft2 by Q3 2022. [...] The post Verdion to spec 700,000 ft2 in Doncaster appeared first on Logistics Manager.

Logistics Manager by Liza Helps
JUN21
New logistics scheme for Wolverhampton

Trebor Developments and Schroder Real Estate Investment Management are bringing forward a new logistics scheme in the West Midlands. They have agreed terms to bring forward the redevelopment of the former TATA Steel site at Steelpark Way, Wolverhampton. The new scheme will be known as Revolution Park and will accommodate warehouse units from 25,000 ft2 [...] The post New logistics scheme for Wolverhampton appeared first on Logistics Manager.

Logistics Manager by Liza Helps
JUN18
PLP announces leasing of PLP Smithywood to Advanced Supply Chain Group

UK logistics developer and investment manager, has leased PLP Smithywood to third party logistics provider of end-to-end operations, Advanced Supply chain Group. The site is located at Junction 35 of the M1 in Sheffield, PLP Smithywood is a 17 acre gateway logistics site accommodating 346,300 ft2 of warehousing / logistics space. PLP Smithywood is one of [...] The post PLP announces leasing of PLP Smithywood to Advanced Supply Chain Group appeared first on Logistics Manager.

Logistics Manager by Michelle Mooney
JUN18
Urban logistics site for Aylesbury

Pembury Real Estate has bought a 10-acre site in Aylesbury, which it intends to develop as a new 185,000 ft2 urban logistics hub. It is currently working up a speculative scheme consisting of buildings between 20,000 ft2 and 60,000 ft2 with its joint venture partners Marchmont IM and Peveril Securities. The former Moeller Complex is [...] The post Urban logistics site for Aylesbury appeared first on Logistics Manager.

Logistics Manager by Liza Helps
JUN17
NHS trust and CEVA Logistics set to pilot riverboat delivery service

Guy’s and St Thomas’ NHS Foundation Trust has teamed up with CEVA Logistics and Livett’s Group, to trial a riverboat delivery service, as part of the Trust’s commitment to reduce carbon emissions. If the pilot is successful, the service will operate on a larger scale, to remove trucks from the capital’s roads, while providing a [...] The post NHS trust and CEVA Logistics set to pilot riverboat delivery service appeared first on Logistics Manager.

Logistics Manager by Michelle Mooney
JUN17
Ma6nitude scheme wins additional planning permission

Outline planning has been granted for 867,000 ft2 of additional warehouse space at Ma6nitude in Middlewich Cheshire. The scheme is being promoted by Tritax Symmetry and NPL’s joint venture Magnitude Land. Speaking about the decision, David Nuttall, development director at Tritax Symmetry, said: “This is the next in a series of announcements we will be [...] The post Ma6nitude scheme wins additional planning permission appeared first on Logistics Manager.

Logistics Manager by Liza Helps
JUN16
Carry on Exhibiting

“Although the pandemic sadly took its toll on a lot of business, some organisations truly thrived,” believes a pragmatic Tim Smith, Sage Enterprise Management Pre-Sales & Solution Consultant at IntraLogisteX exhibitor CPiO (Sage). “We have seen a huge uplift in the number of companies looking to update and improve their technical infrastructure and business management [...] The post Carry on Exhibiting appeared first on Logistics Manager.

Logistics Manager by Nick Bradley
JUN16
Cleaning up at IntraLogisteX 2021

Warehouse automation has gained huge traction in recent years, notably in the past 12 months as a result of Covid-19 and the spike in e-commerce. More often than not, though, it’s the fulfilment innovations that grab all of the headlines, which is understandable as they’re the systems at the fore when it comes to alleviating [...] The post Cleaning up at IntraLogisteX 2021 appeared first on Logistics Manager.

Logistics Manager by Nick Bradley
JUN16
Clipper snaps up Sheffield shed for boohoo.com contract

3PL Clipper has snapped up a 336,00 ft2 warehouse in Sheffield to service a contract believed to be with Boohoo The logistics company has taken Exeter Property Group’s Sheffield 336 building on Europa Way, Tinsley, on a five-year lease at a rent in excess of £6 per ft2. The property had formerly housed Royal Mail [...] The post Clipper snaps up Sheffield shed for boohoo.com contract appeared first on Logistics Manager.

Logistics Manager by Liza Helps
JUN15
Nothing changes, so nothing changes: IntraLogisteX going ahead as planned on 1st and 2nd July

Following the announcement by Prime Minister Boris Johnson on Monday 14th June, the organiser of IntraLogisteX, Akabo Media, is pleased to confirm that the exhibition will take place as planned on 1st and 2nd July, at the Ricoh Arena, Coventry. The UK government’s widely anticipated delay in lifting all restrictions ultimately has no adverse impact [...] The post Nothing changes, so nothing changes: IntraLogisteX going ahead as planned on 1st and 2nd July appeared first on Logistics Manager.

Logistics Manager by Nick Bradley