Tuesday 21st May 2019 - Logistics Manager Magazine

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Premier case puts focus on supplier relationships

Driving a hard bargain with your suppliers is one thing, but demanding a cash gift under the threat of delisting, is downright unfair. These, and other harsh words, were directed at Premier Foods last week by the Federation of Small Businesses. It followed a complaint in the press about how Premier manages companies in its […]

Drive crime out of food supply chain, says FSDF

The Food Storage and Distribution Federation has vowed to work with the government to drive out criminality at all level in the food supply chain, following publication of the Elliott report

Government plans new unit to police food supply chain

The government is to set up a crime unit to police the food supply chain following last year’s horsemeat scandal. The move follows publication of the Prof Chris Elliott's report on food integrity and assurance of food supply networks

Seafood transport Alliance is founded

A consortium of five European wholesalers active in seafood international trading, have signed a new contract for transport services, dubbed “Alliance O”

Co-op Food cuts stock levels and boosts cash flow

The Co-operative Food business has improved its supply chain processes and reduced stock levels, improving cash flow and enabling our stores to run more smoothly, the group said in its annual report

Food: on the right track?

The logistics of the grocery business has never been under closer scrutiny. Home deliveries have transformed grocery logistics into a customer-facing role and breaches of health and safety make compelling headlines

New dual fuel station for Arla Foods

European supplier of liquefied gas fuel, Gasrec, has opened a dedicated Bio-LNG filling station at Arla Foods' new £150 million dairy in Aylesbury