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Hellmann UK announces new domestic road freight contract with Schoeller Allibert

Hellmann will also provide Schoeller Allibert with warehouse management control support.

Leading logistics provider, Hellmann Worldwide Logistics UK, has announced a new domestic road freight distribution contract with Schoeller Allibert, the UK’s largest manufacturer of reusable and multi-trip container systems.

The domestic distribution deal will see Hellmann UK deliver goods across the UK and Ireland from the Schoeller Allibert warehouse Hellmann will also provide Schoeller Allibert with warehouse management control support, with the aim of optimising the company’s supply chain operations.

This latest announcement follows Hellmann’s recent partnerships with Zufall Logistics in Germany, Itella Logistics in Scandinavia, and H. Essers in Belgium

Matthew Smith, Head of Operations at Schoeller Allibert, commented:
Hellmann is able to offer a distribution service that is ideal for our domestic needs. We want to ensure that our supply chain is lean and efficient, and Hellmann has a fantastic pedigree of providing exactly that. Ultimately, this is about raising quality and reducing operational expenses for the end user, so this contract is a great step forward.

Matthew Marriott, Commercial Director at Hellmann UK, commented:
We are experienced in delivering top service to big companies, so this latest deal with a company of the size and scale of Schoeller Allibert represents another great partnership. We are well equipped to cater to Schoeller Allibert’s requirements in terms of both domestic distribution and warehouse management support, so I’m sure this will prove an extremely productive relationship.

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