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Speak to us today 01536 406000 | enquiries@dm-h.com

Maxim Logistics
Dedicated to Food Ingredients Logistics

Storage

Distribution

Groupage

Bulk Tankers

Food Grade

Dedicated to the food industry only
Deliveries made on our own vehicles
Nationwide service to food manufacturers
Distribution:
Operating an ‘food dedicated’ fleet solution
with direct deliveries
from our warehouse or
client premises; not via
a network

Warehousing:
BRC approved food
grade warehousing
handling ‘full’ and
‘case picked’ pallets,
inventory management and reporting

Logistics:
Supply chain services
including import, receipt, distribution and
packaging asset return
Click here to contact us

Maxim Logistics Group Limited
2-3 Darwin Road, Willowbrook East Industrial Estate, Corby, Northamptonshire, NN17 5XZ
Tel: 01536 406000 | www.maximlogistics.com | email: enquiries@dm-h.com


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