Norbert Dentressangle takes Bernard Matthews frozen work

Norwich, Norfolk, UK: The UK’s largest turkey farmer and supplier, Bernard Matthews, has appointed Norbert Dentressangle to manage its frozen and seasonal fresh national storage and distribution.

Bernard Matthews Farms supplies fresh and frozen turkey products to grocery retailers and foodservice providers.

Norbert Dentressangle is providing frozen and chilled storage and consolidation services within its shared cold stores at Easton and Lowestoft and is responsible for the picking and delivery of orders to around 500 delivery points in the UK and Ireland, typically with second delivery. Norbert Dentressangle has spent £1.5m on new facilities for the contract.

Richard Hall, Bernard Matthews’ supply chain general manager said: “Norbert Dentressangle put forward a highly compelling solution, supported by robust and detailed operational plans, a proven track record and the backing of a large and highly professional international organisation, all of which gave us absolute confidence to select them as our partner.”

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