Food Storage and Distribution Federation takes over Transfrigoroute UK

Chinnor, Oxford, UK: Transfrigoroute UK, which has been moribund for at least the past three years, is to absorbed by the  Food Storage and Distribution Federation (FSDF) next month.

Transfrigoroute UK will continue as a separate entity and will fit alongside the other specialist sectors within FSDF, it said in a statement.

“In effect this will create a one-stop-shop for everyone involved in controlled temperature logistics, as well as offering added value to existing members of both organisations,” said John Clark, president, Transfrigoroute UK

“Our first joint venture will be to host a free conference on Business Efficiency to be held at the Lea Marston Hotel in Sutton Coalfield on 17th April 2012 , when further details of the arrangements with FSDF will be announced,” he said.

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