Data Protection Declaration
Full Truck Loads (FTL) are becoming increasingly important for the international food industry. Over recent years the Nagel-Group has noticed increased demand. Is the trend becoming more marked? What challenges and opportunities does this present?
The Scottish city of Glasgow was not only considered to be an important trading centre in the Middle Ages. Even today, it plays a central role in importing food to Great Britain. As British subsidiary of the Nagel-Group, Nagel Langdons distributes food for many customers such as Agora Greek Delicacies from Eurocentral in Motherwell, just outside Glasgow.
Nagel Langdons has been supporting FareShare as logistics partner for eight years to help deliver good food that might otherwise go to waste, to people in need throughout the UK.
From super foods to insect snacks, innovative food and trends are shaping the food market. From 19th March, visitors to the food and drink exhibition IFE (the international food & drink event) in London can learn about and taste which culinary trends are currently shaping the food market.
The German Freight Transport and Logistics Association (BGL) has developed the “Trusted Carrier” system. It guarantees greater transparency in the transport chain.
The new Quality and Safety Guidelines “Meat for Refrigerated Warehouses”, called the “QS Guidelines” for short, apply from 1 January 2017. The Nagel-Group is one of the first food logistics companies to be registered in the database as a warehousing company.
Warehouses are fascinating places. You can find interesting facts about the storage area, employees and apprentices in Germany in our infographic.
Lorry spotting, photographing lorries, is still largely unknown in Germany. However, many people are interested in this odd hobby in the UK and the Netherlands. Their numbers show an upward trend. How does one describe this pastime?
How will food logistics continue to develop? This question is examined in the study "Future trends in food logistics - challenges and solutions to address them." Benjamin Nitsche, research associate at the Technische Universität Berlin, who carried out the study, talks about the findings of the study in an interview.
The long-standing debate on lining supermarket shelves with Christmas goods is rekindled in late summer every year. A look at Christmas shopping season from the viewpoint of the confectionary industry and the logistics sector.
According to the new SOLAS (Safety of Life at Sea) ammendment companies are only allowed to load containers with verified gross mass worldwide. A bureaucratic act that shall guarantee more safety at sea, but so far logistics is faced with new challenges by the lack of infrastructure and missing efficiency.
Acting responsibly is important when it comes to food distribution. Warehouse and forwarding staff must respond quickly and precisely and they must adhere to strict standards and guidelines in the event of product recall. Sophisticated IT systems and well-designed processes are needed in case of an emergency.
How are current changes in the European retail trade being expressed in the food sector? Professor Peter Klaus has answered questions arising in connection with this topic.
Purchases on the internet have long since been a normal part of life for consumers. But it is not only the internet which is changing retail and logistics requirements. A multitude of influences in modern society are driving dynamic change forwards.
The new Union Customs Code replaces the European customs legislation as of 1st May 2016 – with some controversial changes.
The Union Customs Code (UCC) was introduced across the European Union on 1 May 2016. We have summarised the important points in our infographic to help you get started.