Wednesday 8th Jul 2020 - Logistics Manager Magazine

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Frederic Smart chooses Access Delta

Frederic Smart, the 3PL, agricultural merchant and food distribution company, has chosen Access Delta WMS to support its expansion. It has chosen the system to strengthen the efficiency of their temperature-controlled distribution centre, and expand the business without increasing headcount.

Unilever eliminates waste to landfill

Unilever has eliminated non-hazardous waste to landfill across more than 600 sites in 70 countries. The international consumer goods company has said the achievement is a result of continuing with its four ‘R’ approach – reducing, reusing, recovering or recycling.

Dachser welcomes new Iberian Peninsula partner

Dachser Food Logistics has welcomed Logifrio, an Iberian Peninsula based provider of temperature-controlled food transport, as a new member of its European Food Network. The network now has 13 logistics partners, alongside nine associated members.

Culina to roll out security technology

Culina is investing a “six figure” sum in mobile generator technology for client security at its UK chilled goods storage centres. The food and drink logistics company has said that the technology will ensure product temperature is maintained during a power cut.

Innovative disruption is here

A couple of months ago, at the European Supply Chain Excellence Awards, I predicted that in 2016 we would start to see more examples of disruptive innovation in the logistics market.

Hovis chooses TrueCommerce

In an exclusive Logistics Manager can reveal that Hovis Ltd has chosen TrueCommerce to handle its Electronic Data Interchange (EDI) requirements.