The team have worked tirelessly over the weekend to ensure the Jigsaw stand was finished today in readiness for the opening day tomorrow. Come and see us on stand 6070, Hall 4, NEC Birmingham for a coffee and to find out what’s been happening over the last 12 months at Jigsaw – all positive and exciting developments, which we would love to share with you. We also have some fabulous goody-bags to give away, be sure to come and get one.
Join us for a coffee to find out about how we approach the temperature controlled sector to provide scaleable and efficient fully managed transport solutions. Our association with global logistics leader, EV Cargo, adds even more value and offers greater synergies to our services making us so much more than just a transport company. Find out how we could add efficiencies to your supply chain over probably the best cappuccino you will find in the NEC.
IF YOU’RE ONE OF OUR PARTNER HAULIERS – OR WOULD BE INTERESTED IN CHATTING ABOUT JOINING OUR NETWORK – COME AND HAVE A COFFEE TOO.
We are a very friendly bunch and if you simply want to come and say hello, rest your feet and have a fabulous cup of coffee, then why not pop along to our stand, we’re always glad to see you for a catch-up.
In awareness of International Women’s Day, Laura Bland, our Resource & Development Manager is live on Radio Leicester today talking about women empowering women. Laura has been published in a new book ‘Mumpreneur on Fire’, where 20 amazing women in business share their inspirational stories of struggle and success – take inspiration from these amazing heartfelt stories where 20 regular women had the passion to succeed against all odds
Rockfon, a leading supplier of acoustic stone wool ceiling and wall products, has awarded a new warehousing and distribution contract to Jigsaw haulier partner CM Downton. The contract was awarded following competitive tender with Downton taking over the operation in the second quarter of 2017.
Downton has been working with Rockfon’s parent company, Rockwool International, the world’s largest producer of stone wool products, for more than a year to deliver its range of insulation products to customers throughout the UK. The company was invited to tender for this new contract because of the success it had achieved with the earlier operation.
Downton will manage the new contract from its facility in Runcorn. The warehousing component will provide around 3000 pallet capacity for products received from Rockfon’s manufacturing plants in Europe. The storage comprises a mix of block stacking and racking for palletised loads of acoustic ceiling panels and cantilever racking for aluminium extrusions and other components up to three metres long that are also part of Rockfon’s range. Around 40 orders a week are picked and delivered in response to customer requirements. Downton is delivering these orders to Rockfon’s specialist customer base in the UK and Ireland.