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'We as an industry are weak'


Dear Jason, I too think we're singing off the same hymn sheet here. I think that if Lucan Lord were in further discussion with us, he would also be singing off the same sheet too. I have reviewed his original statement and (reading between the lines) I think he feels the same as us. His statement. on the outset, does read as a generalisation but when you read it a couple of times, it's basically trying to say what we are saying I think. It is a joint effort between blinkered refrigeration management and greedy uncaring supermarkets (in particular) which create ultimate job loss and a thinning of our already depleted industry. There are equally a large number of well managed refrigeration businesses as well as "loyal" customers out there. However, in most of the high street supermarket chains, loyalty is a forgotten word. Blinkered refrigeration businesses that have entered into alleged partnerships with the supermarkets at the expense of their other customers have been creamed! Multiple eggs in multiple baskets is the best way forward. It's been really good talking to you Jason may you grow and prosper in this industry. Kindest regards Anon (alias Lucan Lord)

Posted date

10 January, 2014

Posted time

8:19 pm