Done deals: May 13, 2022

by Inside Logistics Online Staff

Dematic & SRSI

SRSI (Slate River Systems, Inc.) and Dematic signed an integrator relationship agreement. SRSI will now be a certified integrator of all Dematic equipment.

Port of Montreal

The Montreal Port Authority (MPA) has joined the United Nations Global Compact, a global initiative focused on developing, implementing and promoting good corporate sustainability practices. Launched in 2000, the UN Global Compact is a call to companies around the world to address global challenges and build a better world. With more than 15,000 companies in over 160 countries, it is an international movement of responsible enterprises that align their strategies and operations with the principles of sustainability in the areas of human rights, labour, environment and anti-corruption.

Nulogy & Staffing Synergies

Nulogy recently launched its platform at the newest facility operated by Staffing Synergies, a U.S.-based co-packing and staffing organization specializing in industrial and manufacturing environments, with more than 3,500 employees across the country. Staffing Synergies went live with the Nulogy Platform in just 30 days – the shortest go-live time recorded in Nulogy’s 20-year history. Staffing Synergies aims to increase its co-pack output by 50 percent to meet the needs of one of the largest healthcare brands in the world.

Kinaxis & Tracelink

Kinaxis and TraceLink Inc. have partnered to combine their products. Concurrent planning available through the Kinaxis RapidResponse will work together with TraceLink’s Supply Chain Work Management. The joint offering will connect RapidResponse to TraceLink’s network of more than 286,000 unique healthcare and life science entities to support advanced supply chain planning.

ASL Aviation Holdings & Boeing

ASL Aviation Holdings has confirmed an order with Boeing for up to 20 additional 737-800 Boeing Converted Freighters (BCF). The announcement is for 10 firm orders and 10 options. This order, including options, will bring the number of aircraft in the 737-800BCF program to 40 aircraft for ASL. The aircraft will be converted by Boeing at the approved MRO suppliers STAECO in Jinan, China and at Boeing’s MRO facility at London Gatwick Airport in the United Kingdom. Conversions are expected to start in Q2 2023 following the completion of ASL’s existing backlog for 737-800BCF conversions. The aircraft will be allocated to ASL’s airlines in Ireland, Belgium and France in Europe and joint venture airlines in Asia.