New trucks must be zero-emissions by 2035

Like cars, new trucks must achieve zero-emissions status, says Stuart Cottrell, head of energy services and government partnerships at zero emission truck maker Tevva. London, UK: Trucks equipped with ...

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26th September 2023

Manfreight takes Ireland’s first Schmitz E-Cool

Craigavon, Ireland: Manfreight has taken delivery of the first Schmitz Cargobull S.KOe Cool to enter …

25th September 2023

DHL boosts biomethane use for Tesco in Ireland

Cork, Ireland: DHL has a 10-year deal with Stream BioEnergy to supply biomethane for use …

24th September 2023

UPS buys Transports Chabas Santé’s healthcare logistics business

Cavaillon, France: UPS has acquired Transports Chabas Santé’s healthcare logistics unit, expanding its global healthcare …

21st September 2023

Chilled fine food service to the US

Heathrow, UK: PML Seafrigo, formerly PML, is offering UK fine food producers access to Seafrigo’s …

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What’s best, a complete or phased approach to warehouse automation?

With labour hard to find and performance at peak under scrutiny, businesses may be tempted to opt for a complete, turnkey warehouse automation project to …

Cold Chain News’ July issue out now

Reading, UK: The July issue of Cold Chain News is out now. In this edition, Cold Chain Federation executive director Tom Southall examines the import …

Blast freezing comes of age

Fort Wayne, Indiana, USA: Last month Compass Cold Storage cut the ribbon on a new cold store near Fort Smith in Mulberry, Arkansas. The new …

Pharma cold chain logistics essentials

Data and monitoring are critical to the pharmaceutical cold chain, says Christopher Engel, commercial supply chain service director, World Courier “In biologics logistics, there are …