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FSDF Member Nagel Langdons has ordered 205 Scanias for its temperature-controlled distribution fleet. 67 trucks will be delivered in 2019, with the remainder following next year.  Fifty-six of the 2019 vehicles will be tractor, a mix of G 450 6×2/2s with normal height roofs and R450 6×2/2 Highlines.  All have mid-lifting axles and will be plated at 44-tonnes gross train weight.  The G-series trucks will operate on distribution work during the day and inter-depot trunking at night, while the R-series […]

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Quieter, more flexible, lower-emission – the requirements placed on logistics in big cities are on the up. In order to overcome such challenges, FSDF member Nagel Langdons is testing a modern multi-temperature vehicle in the British capital. “There are currently various approaches in place across European capitals for cleaner air, lower carbon dioxide, increased safety for cyclists and pedestrians as well as a quieter environment,” says Arran Osman, Managing Director of Nagel Langdons. “We certainly want to play our role […]

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Two men injured in an explosion at an industrial estate had been carrying out maintenance work on a lorry at the time, it has emerged. The workers are in a serious but stable condition in hospital after the blast in Woodston, Peterborough on Wednesday 13th February. The factory is sub-leased by transport firm XPO Logistics to Nagel Langdons – a frozen food distributor. An investigation by Peterborough City Council is under way. Police said there was “no ongoing danger” at […]

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FSDF member Nagel Langdons and its software partner Mandata are celebrating 16 years in which Nagel Langdon’s has quadrupled its workload while breaking a Mandata record and clocking up 10 million jobs in its Mandata  transport management system. Nagel Langdons handles 100,000 jobs and delivering 260,000 pallets monthly for over 1400 customers, a four-fold increase in work managed through its software. Spencer Dixon, director, Nagel Langdons, says the firms approach to embracing change and adopt new technology has been key in […]

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Smaller hauliers stand to be hardest hit by industry efforts to tackle the acute driver shortage, representatives of some of the sector’s larger employers have warned MPs. Speaking at the Transport Committee’s driver shortage inquiry recently, FSDF member Nagel Langdons HR manager Colin Snape said his company has addressed the driver shortage by increasing pay and improving benefits. “But the knock-on effect of this is that if we [large operators] are paying better premiums, the SMEs are going to be […]

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FSDF member Nagel Langdons is extending the tyre replacement intervals on its four 14.6m longer semi-trailers (LSTs) by more than 80,000 km after moving them onto Michelin’s new X Multi T trailer tyres. Tyrone Lanaway, Engineering Manager at temperature-controlled logistics specialist Nagel Langdons, says: “We specified the trailers from new in 2012 on Michelin’s previous generation XTE3 trailer tyres and were very pleased with the performance. However, the new Michelin X Multi T tyres launched last year represent a further […]

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Sustain Ltd are delighted to announce that FSDF member Nagel Langdons, one of the UK market leaders in chilled & frozen food distribution, are their first client to become fully ESOS compliant. Working with Sustain, Nagel Langdons have successfully met the requirements of the ESOS Regulations well ahead of the December deadline. In addition to achieving compliance, the company received a full assessment of the potential for fuel savings across the fleet. The assessment confirms that Nagel Langdons’ existing fuel-saving […]

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Distributor & FSDF member Nagel Langdons has clinched a £100,000 contract with Macsween to handle picking and despatching. For the full details of this article click on the link – http://www.thegrocer.co.uk/home/topics/technology-and-supply-chain/nagel-langdons-lands-new-100k-contract-with-macsween/511743.article SOURCE: http://www.thegrocer.co.uk

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