Herts-based Aztek Logistics has won a contract with zero-waste food and household products store The Source Bulk Foods.
The business selected Aztek, part of the Pallet-Track network, for its expanding UK and Ireland business and also because of its own sustainable credentials.
The logistics firm holds a British Retail Consortium AA Standard storage and distribution accreditation, as well as the Organic Food Federation certification.
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Mikayla Drummond-Murray, MD of The Source Bulk Foods, said: “Supply chain collaboration is the foundation of what we do so Aztek’s organic accreditation was a deciding factor in our rigorous selection – we have to find the right partners.”
Aztek Logistics’ MD Stuart Charter said: “Winning The Source Bulk Foods contract was a real feather in our cap and testament to the hard work of the team in re-securing the BRC AA Standard along with the Organic Food Federation accreditation.
“The deal sends a message across the logistics industry that supply chain management is more than moving items from A to B in a lorry – it’s about partnership and collaboration and being the best that you can be, as more customers expect the highest standards of service as a hygiene factor when they are tendering for new logistics partnerships.”
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