The Energy Saving Trust (EST) has developed and released a new online service to help road haulage operators reduce their fleet emissions whilst simultaneously reducing running costs.
With a tough 2015 target for reducing exhaust emissions looming, ferry companies are facing testing times. Jason Gregory explores how shipping companies are upping their games to ensure profitability.
As part of their employee development programme for the business, Cold Move's participation in the FSDF Pathway Qualification Programme recently resulted in 29 of their staff receiving a national qualification in Warehousing and Storage Operations that is accredited by both City and Guilds and Skills for Logistics.
The horsemeat scandal spurred British consumers to discard nearly 18m packets of processed food, a new survey commissioned by the kitchenware manufacturer Tefal has revealed.
Anyone involved with the supply chain industry can now register to have leading pallet racking specialist RediRack’s popular ‘Rack iT’ publication emailed directly to their in-box.
High-profile food appeals with Tesco and Sainsbury’s helped FareShare feed more people than ever last year.
New figures from Kantar Worldpanel reveal organic sales through supermarkets have increased steadily for the past three months.
Waitrose, Marks & Spencer, Aldi and the big four multiples are among the retailers that have signed up to challenging new targets aimed at cutting food waste in the supply chain and at home.
Farmers supplying Tesco have become the first in the world to use a new online tool to help producers slash their carbon emissions - and those of the food and drink giants they supply.
With global commodity sourcing, increasing concerns over food safety and consumer awareness of risk, the food industry needs to keep abreast of threats to customer wellbeing, loyalty and their brand identity.
April 2013: Updated drafts of the Renewables Obligation (RO) guidance documents