Eddie Stobart’s manufacturing and industrial business unit will deal with all logistics for Aggregate Industries’ Concrete Products division from October 2016.
The haulier won the five-year contract after an extensive tender; it will now be tasked with carrying Aggregate’s Charcon, Bradstone and Masterblock products from its 14 UK sites, utilising curtain-sliders, flat trailers and mechanical off-load vehicles to do so.
The partnership enables Aggregate Industries to deliver a flexible, personalised service to its customers.
With its offer of intelligent planning strategies, Eddie Stobart was deemed suitable to take on the contract, which comprises varied work. The company’s systems and transparent operation are supported by in-cab telematics, providing real time load information and accuracy.
Via the technology, Aggregate Industries is able to monitor arrivals and deliveries for customers and plan on-site schedules more efficiently.
Eddie Stobart shares Aggregate’s commitment to providing exemplary customer service and ensuring adequate health and safety.
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