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Bibby Distribution

Bibby Distribution is to invest £1.2m in 18 new tanker trailers for its food ingredient logistics operation.

Bibby Distribution is to open a 280,000 sq ft logistics depot at G Park in Wakefield early next year.

Bibby Distribution is to open a primary consolidation centre with a 10,000-pallet capacity for Morrisons in Kent, and aims to operate five such sites by mid-2015.

Bibby Distribution has announced the creation of 100 jobs at its distribution centre in Corby, having won a new contract from food supplier Mizkan.

Bibby Distribution has acquired a 108,000 sq ft warehouse at Middleton in Greater Manchester, and 50 staff will relocate from Heywood.

Bibby Distribution has won a £40m contract to provide logistics services for SAICA's new paper mill in Partington, Manchester.

Bibby Distribution has acquired Atchison Topeka, the Worcester-based logistics firm with 170 staff, for undisclosed terms.

Bibby Distribution has acquired TM Logistics and sister company PLS for undisclosed terms, with the transfer of 350 staff at 16 sites.

Bibby Distribution has acquired the English haulage operations of MRS Distribution out of receivership, including contracts with Board 24 and Greif UK.

Bibby Distribution has acquired Taygroup, the transport firm with 300 vehicles in Biggleswade, Cardiff, Melksham and Wigan, for undisclosed terms.

Bibby Distribution has acquired Archfield Shipping, the London-based air freight forwarding company.

Bibby Distribution has acquired Winlen Bay, the Cannock-based freight forwarding company with 30 staff.

Bibby Distribution is to open a 41,000 sq ft site for its Bibby Route One Network near Birmingham, and is seeking 10 staff.

Bibby Distribution is to create 100 new jobs at its two distribution centres on the Foxhills Industrial Estate in North Lincolnshire, due to rising demand from the Nisa-Today consortium of independent retail and wholesale companies.