Monday 17th Jun 2019 - Logistics Manager Magazine

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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

DHL buys out Molson Coors stake in Tradeteam

DHL Supply Chain has taken full ownership of UK drink logistics business, Tradeteam, after acquiring the remaining shares from its partner Molson Coors Brewing

Morrisons launches online food service

Morrisons has gone live with the web site, Morrisons.com, for its new online food service, and expects to start deliveries across the Midlands on 10th January

Food chain open to criminal abuse, warns report

The food supply chain is vulnerable to criminal abuse, according to today's interim report of the Elliott Review into the integrity and assurance of food supply networks

QV Foods expects ten per cent saving with Ryder

UK supplier of fresh, prepared, and bulk potatoes and vegetables, QV Foods, has renewed its contract hire deal with Ryder, hoping to generate cost savings of around ten per cent a year