Friday 14th Jun 2019 - Logistics Manager Magazine

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NFT signs three contracts

Farmhouse Fare, Cherry Valley and Denhay Farms have joined the NFT shared user distribution network.

Yearsley acquires Innovate Frozen

Yearsley Group has purchased Innovate Frozen from its administrators for an undisclosed sum, as it hopes to strengthen its position in the UK cold storage and distribution market.

Reefers that bask in the sun

Reed Boardall has bought twelve 40-pallet double-deck trailers with lifting decks that use solar panels

Frozen food win for Salvesen

Christian Salvesen’s temperature controlled business unit has won a distribution contract with frozen foods supplier Central Foods.

Temperature monitor saves loads

Enfield-based transport controls firm The OEM Group has strengthened its product portfolio with the launch of SecureTemp, a "wireless" refrigerated trailer temperature alert. The product helps chilled fleets fulfil their due diligence obligations and redu

Voice-controlled picking halves errors

Picking errors have been cut by 50% at Whitbread Supply Chain's depot in Reading following the introduction of wireless voice-controlled order picking and radio data terminals operating with warehouse management systems from Chess Logistics Tech

Reefers preventing temperature fluctuation

Pulleyn, the temperature-controlled logistics specialist, has taken delivery of four 7.5 tonne rigid Mercedes-Benz Atego 818 sleeper cabs fitted with high specification refrigerated bodies designed and built by REEP, a leading manufacturer of refri

Temperature-controlled extention built

Celsius First, formerly Frigoscandia Distribution, has opened a new 8,000-pallet extension at its primary distribution facility at Portbury, Bristol. Built by construction company Bluestone, the extension was opened ahead of schedule following a 33-week b