ACS&T extends partnership with Delta Foods

Grimsby, UK:  ACS&T Logistics has signed a new, multi-year deal with Delta Foods extending its long-term partnership with the specialist importer to the food service sector.

“In the extension of a service that has been in place since 2006, we will continue to receive palletised goods for Delta from its suppliers in the UK, Europe and Asia, before providing picking and distribution to customers throughout the UK and Ireland,” the company said in a statement.

The new contract is the latest in a string of recent business acquisitions and contract extensions, following new deals with Menorquina and 3663, as part of it expansion in the food service sector.

Carl Robinson, sales and commercial director, ACS&T said: “We’re really pleased to have extended our working relationship with Delta with another long term deal.  Despite challenging trading conditions, our commitment to providing an unbeatable service to all our customers is paying dividends, and we have signed several large, multi-year contracts over the last few months.

“We aim to continue this policy of sustainable growth by forming long-lasting relationships with our customers, based on a flexible, dependable service that can be developed in line with our customers’ businesses.”

Established in 1986, Delta Foods Ltd specialise in importing quality, value-added chicken and processed whole muscle chicken products from across the world for the UK food service industry.  Products include chicken burgers, nuggets and chicken wings, in addition to mini fillets and bites.

Recently, Delta has been capitalising on the flourishing takeaway market, by expanding its product range to meet rising demand.  New products in the Kingarth Farm Range include Hot & Spicy Chicken Breast Fillets and Tenders.

Bill Wallace, managing director of Delta Foods, said: “ACS&T have proved to be a reliable logistics partner, and delivered a quality service throughout our working relationship.  We are in the process of launching several new products, and are confident that ACS&T will continue to provide dependable support and responsive distribution to our customers as we develop and expand.”

ACS&T operates from four centres in Grimsby, Wolverhampton, Tewkesbury and Scarborough.  Our extensive resources include 12 cold stores, 3 ambient stores, comprehensive co-packing facilities and large, dedicated and shared user multi-temp transport fleets.


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