Nigel Rouch to lead XPO Logistics' digital strategy in Europe
XPO Logistics has promoted Nigel Rouch to the position of SVP technology – Europe, responsible ...
Zaandam, April 4, 2014 – Albert Heijn and Norbert Dentressangle have signed a memorandum of understanding for a new fresh centre. They have thus established a long-term partnership to realise a major Shared Fresh Centre (SFC) that will service more than 900 Albert Heijn stores. This new joint SFC for suppliers and Albert Heijn will be managed by Norbert Dentressangle. Its realisation will ensure that a large volume of fresh products will find their way to shelves more rapidly and efficiently. The SFC will be centrally located in Nieuwegein and is expected to become operational in Q2 2015.
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