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Oakland International Exhibiting at Sustainable Food and Beverage Conference

Oakland International Exhibiting at Sustainable Food and Beverage Conference
November 06
09:09 2017

Multi temperature supply chain and distribution specialist Oakland International will be exhibiting at the Sustainable Food and Beverage Conference at the Ricoh Arena, Coventry on the 7th November. Joining the 2,000 delegates and showcasing their range of sustainable and innovative supply chain solutions, Oakland will partner with SEaB Energy, creators of the innovative Muckbuster and Flexibuster turnkey Anaerobic Digestion (AD) systems, used globally in shipping containers, for the event with both companies focused on supporting and helping lead the way in industry innovation and sustainable business change.

Oakland’s consolidation platforms and contract packing services encompasses their award winning and pioneering Distress Load Management (DLM) facility, which minimises food waste for customers, loss adjusters and hauliers on distressed product loads, consistently operates a recovery level of circa 80% of product, with nothing sent to landfill, and to date has successfully recovered over 2,000 tonnes of food, with any residual food waste redirected to nominated anaerobic digestion plant centres or recycling centres, where it is used for renewable energy.

Oakland International European Customer Support and Development Manager, Edith Hurst-Earl (pictured), comments: “We are delighted to partner with SEaB Energy for the conference. It will be a fantastic opportunity for both Oakland International and SEaB Energy to share good practice and sustainable business innovation and to showcase each our individual and unique value-added service offers.”

A double Queen’s Award winner, Oakland will be exhibiting with SEaB Energy on Stand T12A. The Conference will bring together key stakeholders, regulatory organisations, food and beverage manufacturers and all sectors of the supply chain who have successful track records of delivering quantifiable and sustainable results.

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