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Turkish delight

PD Port Services has won a two-year contract to handle, store and distribute industrial minerals for Kaltun Mining Company, one of Turkey’s largest businesses producing high quality,

Transport sector plans to recruit more staff

Employer confidence in the transport and communications sector is positive for the first three months if the New Year, according to the Manpower Employment Outlook Survey released today.

Shared-user deal has feel good factor

So Good International (SGI), which produces a soya based, dairy-free alternative to milk has awarded a new rolling contract to Culina Logistics.

Targeting pan-european operations

Palletline has signed a partnership agreement with French palletised distribution specialist Lotrex, opening up the French market for express collections and deliveries of one to five pallet consignments and continuing the company’s drive to provide a com

Better lighting improves safety

Phil Hanley, which specialises in cold storage and distribution, is specifying Labcraft Frigospot lighting as standard in all of its new trailers.

Lidl pays record price for distribution centre in North London

Kennet Properties, advised by FPDSavills, has concluded a second land sale to retailer Lidl at its 33-acre site at Aztec 406, Edmonton, North London, at a record breaking price of more than £1.05M per net developable acre. This beats the £1M per acre pric

Linen company trials Eurocargo

The Cornish Linen Service Group (CLS) has added a new Iveco Eurocargo to its fleet of more than 50 commercial vehicles, which is used to collect and deliver linen to hotels and restaurants throughout Cornwall and Devon. The 12-tonne Eurocargo 120E24/P fea

Government’s “wake-up call” welcomed

The FTA believes that the EC’s approval of a new intermodal grant mechanism for rail freight is a wake-up call for the Government that rail freight grant funding must be resumed. The new Company Neutral Grant (CNG) scheme was devised over 18 months ago, p