Sunday 19th Jan 2020 - Logistics Manager Magazine

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40 new reefers for NFT

NFT Distribution Operations has taken on 40 new Schmitz Cargobull tri-axle refrigerated trailers as part of its aim to replace its older vehicles.

Iceland chooses XPO to support future growth

Frozen food retailer Iceland has awarded a five-year warehousing and distribution contract to XPO Logistics that will include both dedicated and shared user facilities.

Logistics operator cuts unloading time with Ekeri fleet

Temperature controlled logistics operator M J Griffiths Transport has purchased two side opening, temperature controlled Ekeri trailers – bringing its fleet to seven. The company says that these trailers, in comparison to conventional fridge trailers, cut unloading time in half.

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.

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.

Farley joins Buffaload

Buffaload Logistics, which operates a temperature controlled, double-decker trailer fleet, has appointed John Farley to oversee national transport operations. Farley, who has 23 years’ experience in logistics, joins Buffaload from DHL.

Ryder invests in reefers

Ryder has invested in 200 new Euro 6 trucks and vans, together with 90 new refrigerated box trailers as part of a plan to grow its business in the temperature-controlled sector.