Thursday 27th Feb 2020 - Logistics Manager Magazine

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ACS&T expands 30-pallet reefer fleet

ACS&T has increased its fleet of 30-pallet refrigerated trailers to 18, following two years of service development trials with three trailers for customer and frozen food manufacturer McCain.

How E is changing the Bay strategy

E-commerce is having an impact right across the retail supply chain – and especially at the loading bay. Alex Whiteman reports.

Reed Boardall adds 50 Volvos to fleet

Temperature controlled storage and distribution business Reed Boardall Group has taken delivery of 50 Volvo FH tractors with Euro 6.

Legislating for success

The horse meat scandal in 2013 put the focus on food supply chains and, not surprisingly, has led to more legislation. Alex Whiteman reports on how the market is changing.

Promotions at Reed Boardall

Sarah Roberts has become finance director at Reed Boardall, the temperature controlled storage and distribution business, replacing Marcus Boardall who has become deputy chief executive. Roberts joined Reed Boardall in 2014 as head of finance.

NFT to open chilled DC at Tilbury

Chilled food distributor NFT is to open a £20 million state-of-the art temperature-controlled distribution centre at Forth Port’s Port of Tilbury. The centre, planned to open in late 2015, is a long-term partnership investment with NFT to create a unique PortCentric distribution centre which will be one of the largest refrigerated (“reefer”) quayside facilities in […]

Culina signs up at Port Salford

Food and drink logistics giant Culina Group has confirmed it is moving to Peel Ports 250-acre Port Salford scheme – the UK’s first tri-modal inland port facility and distribution park, accessible by rail, road and short sea-shipping.