Tuesday 18th Dec 2018 - Logistics Manager Magazine

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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

Frigo Campaign for temperature-control work

Teleroute, the freight and vehicle exchange covering the UK and mainland Europe, has launched a new campaign to address the special needs for temperature-controlled freight forwarders and carriers throughout Europe.