JJ Foodservice invests £1m on 20 delivery trucks

JJ Foodservice has invested over £1 million on new delivery trucks to support continued expansion plans.

The wholesaler has invested in 20 13.5 tonne Isuzu trucks following a 32 per cent increase in customer accounts last week compared with the same period in 2019.

“There’s been a fantastic appetite for eating out again,” said JJ head of operations, Kaan Hendekli.

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“Brits are expected to spend even more than they did in 2019, which is great news for the UK hospitality sector.”

“Our team has been working hard to fulfil every order. We’re moving full steam ahead to help expand our support to even more UK eateries,” he added.

The news comes as JJ launched a driver recruitment push to attract at least 20 new HGV drivers, encouraging more females to join the company, to help address the UK driver shortage.



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