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French authorities warn of border check port queues Subscription

23 Feb 2018 | By Andrew Don

France has corroborated the fears of the UK logistics industry over the reintroduction of border checks

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Retail bodies back Brexit transition flexibility Subscription

23 Feb 2018 | By Ian Quinn

Retail leaders have welcomed the government’s intentions for the transition period to last “as long as it takes”

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KFC admits chicken waste as cost of DHL failure grows

23 Feb 2018 | By Andrew Don

The fast-food giant has admitted that it still does not know the “root cause” of the fiasco

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Iceland and Quorn taunt KFC over chicken supply problems Subscription

21 Feb 2018 | By Andrew Don

Rivals mock KFC on social media as hundreds of restaurants remain shut following the switch from Bidvest Logistics to DHL and QS

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KFC expects disruption to continue for remainder of week

20 Feb 2018 | By Kevin White, Andrew Don

Some outlets will remain closed and others will be operating with a reduced menu on shortened hours

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'We warned KFC over delivery contract switch' claims GMB Subscription

20 Feb 2018 | By Andrew Don

The switch led to 255 redundancies at Bidvest Logistics and the closure of one of its depots.

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DHL supply problems close hundreds of KFC restaurants

19 Feb 2018 | By Andrew Don

KFC had just gone live with DHL and QSL to manage supply and distribution to all 900 UK outlets

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Halo Top considering UK production after ‘wild’ launch success Subscription

15 Feb 2018 | By Daniel Selwood

Social media users had raised concerns Halo Top was struggling to match demand as the ice cream was repeatedly unavailable at Tesco

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MyPackMe platform launched to link producers with processors Subscription

15 Feb 2018 | By Helen Gilbert

Service gives processing and packing sites with under-utilised packing lines the chance to offer their services

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Gist reports Chesterfield DC is fully operational Subscription

13 Feb 2018 | By Emily Bright

The 90,000 sq ft DC replaces Gist’s Sheffield facility

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Management buy UK bonded warehousing specialist MSX Subscription

12 Feb 2018 | By Andrew Don

The distributor of BWS and confectionery to travel retail is now owned by Peter Blatch, Rob Glanville and Mark Pullen…

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HT depots put on hold due to Brexit jitters Subscription

09 Feb 2018 | By Andrew Don

HT Group has put the opening of new depots on hold until more certainty around what Brexit might bring becomes clearer…

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Nisa insists availability is 'back to usual high standards' Subscription

24 Jan 2018 | By Andrew Don

Issues emerged afer Nisa took on extra business following the collapse of P&H

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M&S to open Hertfordshire DC and close Neasden site Subscription

18 Jan 2018 | By Andrew Don

M&S said the changes are the latest developments in its move to adopt a “single-tier” Clothing & Home distribution network

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Wincanton boosts eFulfilment system with cloud services Subscription

18 Jan 2018 | By Emily Bright

An advance eFulfilment management system allows customers to trace products and scale up operations to cater for peak periods

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Bestway launches van sales operation following P&H demise Subscription

17 Jan 2018 | By Emily Bright

Noel Robinson, who previously headed up the P&H operation, will oversee the new division…

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Lidl to open largest UK regional distribution centre in Luton Subscription

08 Jan 2018 | By Helen Gilbert

The new distribution centre follows the opening of two new RDCs in Exeter and Wednesbury in 2017

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Hauliers' warning on food prices ahead of HGV Levy review Subscription

03 Jan 2018 | By Andrew Don

Charging foreign vehicles more to use British roads could lead to higher prices, said the Freight Transport Association

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Ooft targets more hospitals for healthy vending machines Subscription

14 Dec 2017 | By Matt Strudwick

Ooft says it wants to install a further 100 at private and NHS hospitals in 2018

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William Jackson to invest £40m in second bakery to tap food-to-go boom Subscription

14 Dec 2017 | By Edward Devlin

The new facility has been designed specifically to make bread for sandwich manufacturers and food service customers, with 100 jobs to be created once operational.

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Lactalis McLelland and Culina team up with FareShare

12 Dec 2017 | By Rachel Graham

Top Lactalis cheese brands will be redistributed throughout FareShare’s networks, while Culina will also send surplus to charity

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KFC supply chain fiasco is Heathrow's Terminal 5 all over again

23 Feb 2018 Updated: 03 Mar 2018 | By Adam Leyland

Heads will surely roll… and not just chickens

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Pat looks to help avert KFC's chicken crisis

21 Feb 2018

It is slightly odd about KFC, isn’t it?…

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A granular digital trail will protect against recalls

25 Jan 2018

Sir, digital integration of suppliers with retailers is vital if a supermarket wants supply chain control

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Book your passage to India

24 Jan 2018 | By Andrew Williams

India’s £305bn food and foodservice sector shows clear trade and investment opportunities for UK companies

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Sector Council will be a game-changer

30 Nov 2017 | By Ian Wright

This has been an historic week for government’s relationship with the food & drink industry

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The four next big disruptors in global fmcg

09 Nov 2017 | By Warren Ackerman

Staples companies are grappling with a bewildering increase in complexity

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The internet of things includes pallets

31 Aug 2017 | By Phil Storer

The internet of things is proving you can teach even the oldest of dogs the newest of tricks

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Gridlock, shortages and price rises: the BRC's Brexit warning Subscription

30 Aug 2017 | By Ian Quinn

The nightmarish scenes of Operation Stack could become a brutal daily reality, causing widespread food shortages

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Is chlorinated chicken the tip of the Brexit iceberg? Subscription

29 Aug 2017 | By Megan Tatum

As post-Brexit Britain seeks new global trade deals, could our new food safety standards be worlds apart?

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Joint planning requires care

13 Aug 2017 | By David Sables

This well-intentioned concept has become a burden

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