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Wincanton: No risk to WEEE operations

Logistics firm Wincanton has said that its Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment (WEEE) operations will not be affected after it admitted that nearly 1,000 jobs were at risk from its food distribution arm.

A Wincanton spokesman said that WEEE operations will absolutely not be affected.
Wincanton expanded its WEEE recycling infrastructure last year by investing £5m in its second treatment facility.

The firm said that its chilled food distribution sites in Gloucester and Trafford Park, Manchester following a decision to merge its chilled foods business with a rival, Culina Logistics, to save costs.

Image: Wincanton WEEE plant in Billingham

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