by Reed Boardall Group
Jan 11th, 2021
2 mins
BFFF

Temperature controlled food storage and distribution business Reed Boardall is continuing to invest in expansion at its North Yorkshire facility following a year of steady growth in revenue alongside improvements in operating efficiencies.

In line with its pre-COVID plans, the company has undertaken work on an extension to one of the cold stores at its 55 acre site in Boroughbridge, North Yorkshire, which will once again make it the largest and most modern cold store site in the UK, increasing capacity to 168,000 pallets.

Reed Boardall’s latest financial results (year ending 31 March 2020) show that underlying turnover grew by 8.9%, rising to £68.4m from £62.8m the previous year, driven by higher volumes through its cold store and transport operation, together with rising use of its ancillary blast freezing, picking and packing services.

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