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Whitby Seafoods renews long-running logistics contract with Reed Boardall

The UK’s leading scampi manufacturer Whitby Seafoods is building on its ten year relationship with logistics partner Reed Boardall with the company continuing to provide all primary UK cold storage and distribution needs for the North Yorkshire seafood specialist across its full frozen product range for the next two years. Established

Bayford Group provides “transformational” minibus to fuel pupils’ development

The Bayford Group has provided a minibus to accelerate the shared learning and development of primary school pupils at two schools in Nidderdale. The Federation of Fountains Earth and St Cuthbert's C of E Primary Schools say the minibus will be transformational in bringing the schools communities closer at a formative

Huddersfield-based SCALA wins regional business award

Huddersfield-based international supply chain and logistics consultancy, SCALA, is celebrating after being named the most recent recipient of the Huddersfield Town Shooting Star award. The Shooting Star award, run by Huddersfield Town F.C. in association with Lucas Lee, celebrates exceptional businesses across Huddersfield and West Yorkshire. SCALA received the award for

DSA voted the UKs Best Airport by Which? Magazine for third year

Doncaster Sheffield Airport (DSA) is celebrating topping the Which? Magazine Best and Worst UK Airports survey for the third time – and its fifth appearance in the top five. The survey measured 6,237 separate airport experiences remarking that ‘a staggering 97 per cent of its passengers would recommend Doncaster Sheffield, praising

Harrogate International Festivals paint streets ahead of UCI arrival

Streets around a North Yorkshire town centre are to benefit from symbolic splashes of colour as it prepares to host the world’s biggest cycling tournament this month.  Over the coming weeks, the team from Harrogate International Festivals will be painting streets, hanging lanterns and lighting up various landmarks as Harrogate prepares

Batley and Spen MP opens fire vehicle manufacturer factory

Batley and Spen MP, Tracy Brabin, has officially opened a new factory at Angloco, Britain’s longest-established manufacturer of fire engines – doubling the company’s production capacity. The 12,000 sq ft site on Alexandra Road, Batley, is now up and running, alongside Angloco’s 30,000 sq ft headquarters, meaning it can now turn

Bawtry Car Dealership among the fastest growing companies in the region

Portland of Bawtry Ltd has long been recognised as a well-established family run business that offers the finest quality, high performance and luxury vehicles, to customers both across the UK and internationally. This premium offering alongside its great reputation built on trust and transparency has also contributed to their most recent