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Isover awards 5-year, £15 million contract to Downton

Isover awards 5 year GBP 15 million contract to Downton

Leading insulation manufacturer Isover, part of the global Saint Gobain group, has awarded a five-year transport contract worth approximately £15 million to CM Downton. The contract was finalised following a competitive tender during which Isover identified that Downton could offer an innovative solution that delivers value and stability to support …

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XPO Logistics awarded chilled warehousing contract for BrewDog Craft Beer

XPO Logistics awarded chilled warehousing contract for BrewDog Craft Beer

XPO Logistics, a leading global provider of transport and logistics solutions, has signed a contract with craft beer pioneer BrewDog, one of the UK’s fastest-growing food and drinks companies. XPO will provide class-leading temperature-controlled warehousing for BrewDog’s stockholding of craft beer at a multi-user, 125,000 square foot facility in Mossend, …

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GMA progresses fleet investment programme

GMA progresses fleet investment programme

Warehousing and transport specialist GMA, continues its fleet upgrade programme with the delivery of four new DAF FTG XF 510 Super Space Cab tractor units. The recent acquisition offers added capacity for growth and reaffirms GMA’s commitment to fleet regeneration. On the road this month, the new DAF FTG XF …

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Terex Trucks helps dig deep for rare Dorset clay

Terex Trucks helps dig deep for rare Dorset clay

Wareham may be just a couple of miles inland from Purbeck’s Jurassic Coast – yet it’s not dinosaur bones that a fleet of Terex Trucks are helping to uncover, but some of the world’s richest clay deposits. As you look over the huge whorls made by truck tyres in the …

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Ale & Beer gets a round with Mercedes-Benz Sprinters

Ale & Beer gets a round with Mercedes-Benz Sprinters

Drinks wholesaler Ale & Beer Supplies has rid itself of the unpleasant ‘hangover’ of unreliable transport by switching to Mercedes-Benz vans. The St Helens-based company had previously relied on vehicles by a rival manufacturer, as they were the cheapest on offer. “That proved to be a false economy,” recalled Managing …

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Pentalver un-caged a Lion!

Pentalver un-caged a Lion!

Pentalver roared with delight managing the inland transportation and handling of the latest Longleat Pride member. The fibreglass lion sculpture was commissioned to celebrate Longleat Safari Park’s 50th anniversary. The sculpture will be officially celebrated at a special anniversary party later this year where Sir Elton John will perform. Pentalver …

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