A new Environment Agency table that names and shames food companies for their energy use has been branded “pointless”. Is it, asks Beth Phillips
A BBC TV programme has warned would-be HGV drivers of the dangers of fake web-based training companies claiming to offer a one-stop-shop for new drivers.
FSDF will be holding an Olympics seminar in the second week in January 2012, details of which will be circulated shortly and updates issued through the Regional Breakfast meetings. In the meantime please find more details, if there are any questions or queries please contact FSDF offices. Many thanks, Chris Sturman
As part of a BBC Children in Need special edition of DIY SOS, leading electrical wholesaler Newey & Eyre teamed up with social housing provider Liverpool Mutual Homes (LMH) to supply an array of electrical products for the renovation of a community centre in Liverpool.
Business Awards: VICTORY in the Medium Business of the Year award category came as a pleasant surprise to Paul Waldeck, managing director of engineering firm Waldeck.
Norbert Dentressangle (ND) has been appointed Carlsberg UK’s primary logistics partner under a new five-year contract, following a “long and tough” competitive tendering process.
EMSc (UK) Ltd manufacturer of the market leading Powerstar voltage optimisation system is pleased to announce it has launched its annual customer survey.
Suma Foods - a story of co-operation with 36 years of strong growth. In 1975, Reg Taylor and some friends started a wholefoods wholesaling operation in the back kitchen of a house in Leeds.
2011 has to date been a very successful year for SSI Schaefer, not only in terms of new business but in recognition of its successes within the design and innovation of its many industry leading systems and products – to top this off, SSI Schaefer is also celebrating its 50th birthday within the UK.
The auction of Iceland Foods has been delayed until mid-January, according to latest reports.
Columbus has gathered the experiences and best advice of customers and experts to help you improve quality and food safety.
There was a grim start to the IGD Supply Chain Summit in London this week. The organisation's chief economist told delegates the industry was facing 20 years of turmoil, which would cause them to reassess fundamental parts of their business models.Presentations from the likes of Tesco, Asda, Morrisons, Nestlé and Kraft made it clear where much of this change will have to come from, with a relentless drive for greater supply chain efficiency.