Our objective is to impress our customers with 360 degree services. Lekkerland therefore communicates closely with its customers and offers bespoke solutions. In 2016, we succeeded in extending numerous contracts and acquiring new customers.
HOMEWORK? ALREADY DONE!
The latest logistics to meet customers’ needs, and sustainable at the same time? No problem for Lekkerland.
Accordingly, the Federal Republic’s fifth full product range warehouse for all temperature zones started up operations in Bobenheim-Roxheim, Germany, in 2016. The new building was equipped with an innovative, environmentally benign cooling technology and bundles warehouse and transport capacities which were previously distributed over four locations. This eliminates journeys between the locations amounting to some 90,000 kilometres each year.
In Quer, Spain, the logistics centre was supplemented by a further extension in the deep frozen area. “This is our response to the continual increase in demand from our customers for deepfrozen products”, explained Managing Director Pedro Giménez.
Austria is also able to present innovations. In Ternitz, a dry-ice filling plant was installed which fills frozen isotainers with dry ice. “The CO2 used for this is a waste product from industry and it is being reused in accordance with environmental protection,” commented Managing Director Emmanuel Fink.
When it comes to sustainability issues, Lekkerland Netherlands is impressive right down the line. After winning the “Lean & Green Star” award in 2014, the Jury was also impressed by the consistent ongoing development of measures to reduce CO2 emissions in 2016. Result: the “Lean & Green 2nd Star” award for Lekkerland Netherlands.