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CERT Drinks Network has renewed its logistical deal with Red Bull in the UK.

The logistics company, a unit of the CERT Group, confirmed yesterday (11 December) that the renewal follows the successful implementation of the UK storage and distribution contract CERT was awarded at the end of last year.

Financial details were not disclosed, but CERT described the deal as being a "multi-million pound logistics contract".

The contract will be operated within the CERT's warehouse facilities within the Leicester area, which comprises of three major drinks distribution centres, with over 500,000 square feet of warehousing space and 48,000 pallet storage locations, dedicated to drinks storage and distribution.

"We have already developed an excellent partnership with CERT, which delivered a seamless transition from our previous supplier," said Red Bull UK's logistics operations manager, Rodney Bartlett. "CERT has delivered a flexible and responsive solution and we are working with them on many exciting new initiatives and developments for the future."

Richard Caine, business unit director at CERT Drinks Network, added: "This contract renewal reinforces our position as the UK's leading, multi-user drinks consolidator, and puts us firmly on track to achieve our objective of handling in excess of 50m cases per annum during 2007. We view Red Bull as a key player in helping us achieve these objectives and are delighted they have chosen to renew their warehousing and distribution contract with us."


Sectors: Soft drinks, Water

Companies: Red Bull

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