Could robots offer a way through the skills shortage?

Paris, France: With the labour pool for UK warehousing running dry, it is time growing warehouse operations look to mobile robots to share the work, says Frazer Watson, vice ...

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5th June 2023

Nathan James at Lineage UK receives European Future Leader Award

Brussels, Belgium: Nathan James, operations manager at Lineage Logistics UK has received the Global Cold …

2nd June 2023

Ferytrans cooling on gas with Ecogen

Southampton, UK: Ferytrans has six new Scania compressed natural gas powered tractors with Ecogen systems …

1st June 2023

PIL delivers first EverFresh shipment of avocados from Africa to Asia

Singapore: Pacific International Lines has transported its first shipments of avocados from Kenya to Brunei …

1st June 2023

Brakes powers Aylesford depot with solar

Aylesford, UK: Brakes is powering its Aylesford depot with solar panels following a trial at …

From the Magazine

Flying Perishables

Best practices in transporting air cargo are critical for the best product, writes Karen E. Thuermer, a contributor to Global Cold Chain Alliance’s Cold Facts …

Diesel free refrigeration

With environmentally friendly refrigeration technology on the march, Dean Stiles considers the options available to cold chain companies.  The removal of the red diesel rebate …

Cold Chain News reports from the Cold Chain Federation’s first ever Climate Summit

The Cold Chain Federation hosted a pioneering Climate Summit in March, sponsored by ISD Solutions, Zestec Renewable Energy and Blue Cube PCS. More than 200 cold …


We will be making sure politicians on all sides understand the opportunity for temperature-controlled logistics, writes Cold Chain Federation chief executive Shane Brennan. After years …