Union Industries Enhances Service & Maintenance Support For Food Industry To Support Operations During Coronavirus Crisis.
Union Industries, the UK’s leading manufacturer of high-speed industrial doors, is playing its key supply chain role in the food production and distribution sectors during the Coronavirus crisis with enhanced service and maintenance capabilities. With its range of high-speed roller doors installed in multiple industrial premises across the UK, Union provides a dedicated preventative maintenance […]
IGD, has been working with the food and consumer goods industry, food surplus charity FareShare, and other charitable food redistributors, to safeguard a consistent supply of food to one of the most vulnerable sectors of society in the UK, in the wake of the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. Susan Barratt, CEO of IGD, said: “Two weeks […]
European Soft Drinks Industry Joins The “Close The Glass Loop” To Optimize Glass Packaging Circular Economy.
UNESDA Soft Drinks Europe – representing the European soft drinks industry (1) – joins “Close the Glass Loop” – the major industry stewardship programme for glass packaging (2) initiated by FEVE – EU Federation of the container glass. The platform has the objective to achieve a post-consumer glass container collection target of 90%, and to […]
London-based Beacon, the next generation freight forwarding and supply chain finance company, has appointed Brenton Booth as Head of Supply Chain Finance. Brenton joined the company on 1 April. Prior to joining Beacon, Brenton ran his own strategy and product development consultancy working with financial services companies and fintechs in the creation of new trade, […]
In a few short weeks, COVID-19 has spread on an unprecedented scale, touching every corner of the globe and impacting all walks of life. In our industry we have seen automotive supply chains ground to a halt as manufacturers shut down plants in order to prevent the spread. Of course, we see annual shutdowns and […]
Research released today by Verizon Connect* reveals that fleet managers could save as much as 14 hours a week – the equivalent of nearly two full working days – by adopting technology that helps them automate tasks. The new study of fleet managers across the UK found that two fifths (40 percent) spend the majority […]
MV Commercial has advised that regular truck maintenance checks have become even more essential following the DVSA’s decision to suspend MOTs for commercial vehicles for three months. The commercial vehicle sales and leasing company says its technician support network is doing all it can to support operators in their regular roadworthiness checks – maximising uptime […]