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Top 25 UK and Irish Temperature-Controlled Logistics Providers 2019

Cold Chain News has published, in association with Thermo King, a listing of the UK’s Top 25 temperature-controlled logistics providers in 2019.

Highlights of the report are published in Cold Chain News April issue, also available on this website.

The full report includes comments by the chief executives of the major players of the challenges they expect the industry to face in 2019 and 20.

The tables show financial performance by turnover for the past five years, the fleet size by vehicle number and type, as well as the storage capacity of each company. In addition there is an overview of the major own account operators in temperature-controlled goods.

The report, priced £80, is available as a PDF to download. To obtain a copy, e-mail Tina Massey : tina.massey@coldchainnews.com

Cold Chain News editor Dean Stiles said: “With so little data available on the UK temperature-controlled sector this new report will help plug the gap. For anyone interested in an overview of the market in 2019, with a full listing of all the major players, this report will prove invaluable.”

 

Who’s who in temperature-controlled logistics  2018

Cold Chain News has published a comprehensive guide to the UK temperature-controlled logistics industry.

The guide, available from Cold Chain News priced £150, brings together a raft of research carried out by the magaine and includes tables that list the major players in the industry, including own account operators, logistics providers, body and trailer builders, van converters and truck refrigeration equipment suppliers.

The report sets out the size and scale of the British temperature-controlled transport, logistics and storage market. The report draws on extensive research carried out by the magazine, with contributions from companies in the sector, as well as other published sources of information, including government sources such as the DVLA, Department for Transport, Companies House, and VOSA.

The UK is one of the top markets for Europe’s cold chain industry in terms of storage space, which was 24 million cubic meters in 2018. The top five logistics providers in the UK alone operate over half a million square metres of cold storage. The massive food and drinks sector continues to dominate the cold chain industry, but in recent times there has been an exponential growth in the pharmaceutical sector, with the emergence of significantly sized refrigerated pharmaceutical transport logistics companies.


Top 25 UK and Irish Temperature-Controlled Logistics Providers 2018

• Company ranking and market trends
• Produced by Global Cold Chain News in association with Thermo King

Global Cold Chain News has published, in association with Thermo King, a listing of the UK’s Top 25 temperature-controlled logistics providers in 2018.

Global Cold Chain News editor Dean Stiles said: “With so little data available on the UK temperature-controlled sector this new report will help plug the gap. For anyone interested in an overview of the market in 2018, with a full listing of all the major players, this report will prove invaluable.”

The full report, Top 25 UK Temperature-Controlled Logistics Providers 2018 – Company ranking and market trends with data from five three years plus analysis and commentary from all the leading players is available on Amazon UK priced £80 ($105 on Amazon.com).

The report ranks the top 25 logistics providers and also includes assessments by the chief executives of the major players of the challenges they expect the industry to face in 2018. The tables show financial performance by turnover for the past five years, the fleet size by vehicle number and type, as well as the storage capacity of each company.


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