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DELIVERING FOR THE COMMUNITY

DELIVERING FOR THE COMMUNITY

Local logistics firm supporting Blood Bikes ‘5 Capital’s Tour’ Alan Knight, driver at Daventry-based logistics firm The NX Group, is being sponsored by the company to take on the ‘5 Capital’s Tour’ to raise awareness of the life-saving work carried out by Warwickshire...

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Celebrating Women in Transport

Celebrating Women in Transport

Top tips for women considering a career in transport As we approach International Women’s Day (8th March), The NX Group, who offers warehousing, logistics and e-commerce solutions, is keen to encourage more women to consider careers in the logistics and transport...

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Stepping into the New Year

Stepping into the New Year

Local logistics boss takes on charity walking challenge Neil Powell, managing director at Daventry-based logistics firm The NX Group, is swapping the road for the pavement as he takes on an epic walking challenge to raise money for Motor Neurone Disease Association...

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What have we been up to in 2022?

What have we been up to in 2022?

Here we take a look at some of the highlights for The NX Group over the last year. Q1 The first part of the year saw a huge increase in the stock holding requirements of some key customers, impacted by the unprecedented costs of container shipping and the post covid...

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The benefits of a closed pallet network

The benefits of a closed pallet network

At NX we operate what is known as a Closed Pallet Network, which means we use our own dedicated fleet of vehicles and drivers for our deliveries throughout the UK. We’ve put together more information on this type of service and what the key benefits are to our...

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Malawi Cycle Challenge Update

Malawi Cycle Challenge Update

African cycle challenge raises over £213,000 for transport charity Transaid Our non-executive director, Dave Howorth has recently returned from his epic cycle challenge in Malawi. Covering 600km in 39 degree heat, it was one of the toughest challenges to date but...

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