Sunday 21st Oct 2018 - Logistics Manager Magazine

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Oakland International invests £2.8m in high-bay

Oakland International is to invest around £2.8m in a high-bay extension at its Corby facility to deliver a multi temperature proposition to the market for chilled, frozen and ambient storage.

Red diesel ban will cost food distributors £100m

Government proposals to ban the use of red diesel to power fridge units on vehicles will add at least £100 million to the operating costs of food distributors, the Food Storage and Distribution Federation has warned.

AGRO buys Grocontinental

AGRO Merchants Group, which specialises in temperature controlled logistics, has acquired Shropshire-based Grocontinental.

Non-operating reefer guidance published

An in-depth guide for those seeking to use refrigerated containers in non-operating mode to carry commodities not requiring temperature control has been published by the Container Owners Association and the Cargo Incident Notification System, supported by the TT Club.