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Carriage and Freight Savings: An Independent Perspective

25 Nov 2016 | Written by: gilliangibbon

Some of the best project results that we are seeing at present are coming from couriers, freight, freight forwarding and fulfilment. Approaching these areas from an independent perspective is quite rare and powerful, and we know exactly where and how to release savings. We don’t replace the work that is done by the Logistics Manager, we merely extend on […]

Weekly Energy Report – Week Ended 18 November 2016

23 Nov 2016 | Written by: jenni

Summary Over the week, prices recovered marginally after initially continuing to fall. However, the rational for movement was somewhat odd as gas ignored traditional fundamentals i.e. crude oil prices and ploughed its own furrow. The beginning of the following week has been quiet with slight increases relating to another rumour that oil production might be […]

Utilities Review, October to early November 2016

22 Nov 2016 | Written by: luisakeig

Continuing our update on the UK utilities market, covering the latest in the electricity, gas, renewable energy and water industries… Summary Prices Up! Price down! Through October the upwards trend continued but in November we have seen a softening. The fundamentals behind this seem a little unclear and suggest that the previous prices had a lot […]

From April 2017 businesses can switch water supplier

18 Nov 2016 | Written by: stevengodfrey

What’s happening to my water supplier ? From 1st April 2017 all non-domestic water supplies in England will be deregulated (Wales is deregulated only for large consumers and Scotland deregulated in 2008). Non-domestic customers will be able to choose who supplies their water/waste water services in the same way as they choose an energy supplier. […]

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Weekly Energy Report – Week Ended 04 November 2016

09 Nov 2016 | Written by: jenni

Summary Over the whole week there were significant gains on the prompts and short term prices, however, beyond summer 17 prices have dropped off for the first time in a while. However, this is somewhat artificially distorted by a major drop off on Friday on the back of sterling’s recovery. Gas A number of factors […]

Weekly Energy Report – Week Ended 30 October 2016

01 Nov 2016 | Written by: jenni

Summary Prices continue to rise along the curve, albeit the size of the increases is less pronounced further out. Gas Despite some downward pressure caused by a mid-week rally in Sterling, some warmer weather and several countries opting out of the OPEC scheme to cap oil production, Gas prices have generally risen. Over the week, […]

Mr Moffitt’s Profits Times: November 2016

01 Nov 2016 | Written by: jonathanmoffitt

Download as a pdf [column columns =5] Are you ready for Winter? AVOID FROZEN PIPES THIS WINTER BY THINKING AHEAD Scottish Water has issued a “Protect Your Pipes” leaflet for businesses and homes to keep pipes safe this winter, see extract below: Heat: keep pipes from freezing by leaving your heating on a low setting, […]

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Weekly Energy Report – Week Ended 14 October 2016

14 Oct 2016 | Written by: jenni

Summary At the beginning of the week there was a short term drop. As the week progressed, prices started to rise again resulting in an increase across the board by the end of the week. The principal factors for this were oil prices and currency fears around the impact of a hard Brexit. Gas At […]

Business Rates Revaluation coming soon!

12 Oct 2016 | Written by: jenni

Key Changes to the Appeal Process The government has embarked on a comprehensive review of Business Rates with the aim of producing a more streamlined and efficient system, designed to reduce the vast number of entirely speculative appeals raised each year. Today the VOA will publish a Draft Rating List on their website and every […]

Weekly Energy Report – Week Ended 7 October 2016

07 Oct 2016 | Written by: jenni

Summary A dramatic week of price rises with new highs. The factors driving the increases were: A weak Sterling Rising oil prices on the back of promised reductions in oil production by OPEC. A colder winter being forecast with fears over a tight supply this winter has deepened. Coal shortages as demand for coal has […]



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