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From his origins in South Africa to his director role in the UK, Chep's Matthew Quin shares his journey through the supply chain industry

Supply chain profile

Pool of plenty: Diversity and efficiency at Chep

By James Ridler

Pallet provider Chep is on a mission to ‘illuminate’ the supply chain, creating greater efficiency and sustainability, as the company’s Matthew Quinn explains.

Supplier payments could be maid quicker through Pickstock's system

Pickstock enhances supply tech

By Helen Gilbert

Pickstock has introduced a new livestock management system that supports farmers through quicker payments and the sharing of individual animal data.

Scottish food exports are set to double 2030

Scotland to double exports to £30bn

By James Ridler

The Scottish Government has announced the second phase of its Food and Drink Export Plan, in a bid to double the country’s overseas turnover to £30bn by 2030.

The FDF has launched new guidance for the labelling of gluten in food

FDF launches new gluten guidance

By James Ridler

The Food and Drink Federation (FDF) has launched new regulatory guidance for the labelling of prepacked foods that contain gluten and claims relating to the absence or reduced presence of gluten.

Moy Park's Ursula Lavery talks about innovation and the future of the company

Business Leaders

Future-proofing with Moy Park

By Aidan Fortune

With an eye on consumer trends, poultry processor Moy Park has made massive investments in innovation and NPD. Ursula Lavery, technical and R&D director – Europe, details how the business is planning ahead.

The sustainability of palm oil and GPS tracking feature in this round-up

Supply chain round-up: Palm oil and GPS tracking

By James Ridler

From sustainability issues in removing palm oil from food production to using Global Positioning System (GPS) tracking to land convictions, we round-up some of the latest supply chain news.

E Park and Sons has submitted plans to build a new factory and create jobs

Potato processor plans to create 15 jobs

By James Ridler

Potato processor E Park and Sons (EPS) is set to create 15 new jobs as part of plans to build a new factory at its headquarters in Macclesfield, Cheshire, subject to council approval.

Real Good Food has been fined £450k for AIM rule breaches

Real Good Food fined £450k for AIM rule breaches

By James Ridler

Specialist bakery ingredients manufacturer real Good Food (RGF) has been fined £450,000 for breaches to Alternative Investment Market (AIM) rules, as it announced a number of changes to its board of directors.