Central England Co-op spends over £1m on new vehicles

Leicester, UK: Central England Co-op has spent over £1m on three new trailers, one tractor unit and seven rigids, according to East Midlands Business Link.

The retailer operates out of a food distribution centre and a chilled distribution centre, both based in Leicester.

Transport manager Gary Tomlinson said: “The modern fleet has a great, vibrant look and will also support our continuing efforts to be an environmentally responsible retailer.”

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