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Woodland Logistics secure the second Logistics contract for M&H Plastics

Woodland Logistics, a division of The Woodland Group, is proud to announce the second Logistics contract for M&H Plastics, part of the RPC Group.

The partnership between the two companies commenced in July 2015 and Woodland began operating out of the M&H Ellough, Suffolk site with a dedicated distribution fleet and in house operations team. The latest site in Market Rasen, Lincolnshire, began joint operations in February 2016.

RPC is a leading Global Plastics Manufacturer, operating out of 42 facilities in Europe, North America, Asia and Africa. The company manufactures a wide range of products including packaging for the food, pharmaceutical, cosmetics, automotive, and electronic industries. Woodland Logistics are a leading service provider of transportation services from single pallet distribution, to dedicated fleet and complete supply chain management.

Eduardo Gomes, General Manager, M&H Plastics Market Rasen said of the partnership, ‘We are very excited to be working with a dynamic, progressive company such as Woodland Logistics and look forward to seeing an increase in performance, customer service and efficiencies in our UK and International market sectors.’

Sean Kirby, Managing Director, Woodland Logistics added ‘the Woodland Logistics team will deliver improved performance to the M&H Plastics business, by working closely with the key stakeholders in the business making the necessary, essential improvements to the operation to the benefit of M&H Plastics and its valued clients’.

Pamela Fisher, M&H Plastics Ellough Supply Chain Manager said at the announcement of the Market Rasen contract, ‘We are confident that Woodland Logistics will deliver the high level of service, attention to detail and efficiencies that they have delivered to the Ellough site. The RPC M&H Plastics Group have a great partner in Woodland Logistics’.

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