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Exel has accepted a £3.7bn takeover bid from Deutsche Post of Germany, creating a combined global logistics group with about 150,000 staff.
Exel has sold its Cory Environmental waste management business, which transports waste along the Thames and operates eight landfill sites, to Montagu Private Equity for £200m.
Exel has acquired Power Packaging, the US-based contract manufacturer with net assets of £22m.
Exel has acquired Sociedade de Distribuicao e Logistica, the Portuguese pharmaceutical logistics company, for undisclosed terms.
Exel has acquired Waste Hire Services, the provider of waste management collection services with 37 staff in Telford and Bury, in order to expand its Cory Environmental subsidiary.
Exel is creating 40 permanent and 200 seasonal jobs at a Christmas gifts distribution centre at the Shire Business Park near Worcester.
Exel is to create 1,250 jobs at transport hubs in Worksop and Daventry to handle distribution contracts for B&Q and JD Wetherspoon.
Exel is to create 250 jobs in Daventry, having won a £100m national distribution contract from pub operator JD Wetherspoon.
Exel is to acquire Fujitsu Logistics, the provider of a range of logistics services to Fujitsu group companies in Japan.
Exel is to acquire Cappelletti, the Italian logistics company with annual turnover of about £30m.
Exel is to acquire Unidocks, the Brazilian provider of logistics services to the pharmaceutical sector, for about £1.5m.
Exel is to acquire Transbeynak, the Turkish supply chain management company, for undisclosed terms.
Exel has submitted plans to expand its distribution centre at Eastern Avenue in Burton, with the creation of 140 jobs for warehouse, managerial and office staff.
Exel is to acquire a number of supply chain management and packaging services operations in the US and UK from Power Packaging, including assets valued at £4.6m.
Exel has acquired All Cargo Logistics, the Austrian air freight forwarder operating from three sites in Vienna, Linz and Innsbruck.
Exel has acquired USCL, the US provider of value-added freight consolidation services with net assets of £3.5m.
Exel has won a £5m contract from Peugeot to manage the conversion of cars and commercial vehicles for the emergency services, and will set up a dedicated centre at Alconbury in Cambridgeshire.
Exel is to set up a £8m distribution centre at Gateway Glasgow for its Tradeteam subsidiary.
Exel is to set up a national distribution centre for Selfridges in Solihull with the creation of 200 jobs, which will replace an existing warehouse in Paddington.
Exel is to acquire FX Coughlin, the US logistics and freight forwarding group, for up to £227m.
Exel is to expand its distribution and warehousing operations in the Midlands, which will create 800 jobs at sites in Coventry, Daventry and Rugby.
Exel is setting up a logistics operation in Switzerland in partnership with Kuoni, and has also started new businesses in Sweden, Finland, Turkey and Hungary.
Exel has acquired Werthmann & Koster, the German automotive logistics company, for £14m.
Exel is looking to spend up to £400m on acquisitions to expand its logistics business, and is particularly interested in sea freight.