Are we headed down the electric avenue in reverse?

Birmingham, UK: Rarely a day goes by without an announcement of another company trialling electric vehicles. But hard data suggests that this is not a market that is booming ...

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2nd February 2023

UK Clandestine Entrant Civil Penalty Scheme amendment

London, UK: From Monday 13 February new regulations apply governing clandestine entrants to the UK.   …

2nd February 2023

Mawdsleys starts construction of Doncaster coldstore extension

Doncaster, UK: Pharmaceutical wholesaler Mawdsleys is building a new coldstore in Doncaster. Contractor Russell WBHO …

1st February 2023

Zero food supply chain waste with smart IT

Nottingham, UK: A consortium of universities and tech companies have completed pilot studies looking at …

30th January 2023

Magnavale Easton adds blast freezing

Easton, UK: Magnavale’s Easton site, which has 44,000 temperature-controlled pallet locations, is adding blast freezing. …

From the Magazine


Inland ports offer cold chain efficiencies 

Karen E. Thuermer, a contributor to the Global Cold Chain Alliance’s COLD FACTS magazine, examines the growing role of inland ports in supply chains With …

Trailers and bodies – meeting the low carbon reefer challenge

With environmental targets looming large for the cold chain, Dean Stiles find out how operators and suppliers are adapting their fleets The demands of low …

The F-gas Regulation phase down

Star Refrigeration’s Adam Strachan looks at what the proposed F-gas Regulation revision will mean for the cold chain.  We are almost at the halfway point …

Keeping the lights on

With energy prices still sky high and government support being scaled back, how will cold store operators address this challenge? Dan Jenkins finds out  Soaring …