The NWF business model is robust – outperformance in one division can offset tougher market conditions in another.
Completion of significant investment in the feed mills in the North and in Cheshire. £5.2 million invested in the year.
Volume increase of 1.6% against ruminant market growth of 1.5% sold under the NWF, Jim Peet, S.C. Feeds and New Breed brands.
Efficient utilisation of warehouse space and fleet. Storage levels stable and loads up 6% on prior year.
97,000 average pallets stored.
Service level maintained at 99.7%, supported by industry leading IT and systems.
Volume growth across the network.
513 MILLION LITRES
Volume increase of 8.2%.
Cold starts contributed 30 million litres, ahead of expectation.