Dave Boss started with Chiltern at the Corby site in May of 1999. Prior to joining Chiltern Dave served in the Royal Navy. When interviewing Dave we promised him two things:
1) Join Chiltern - See the World
2) I’ll put a ‘Mercedes’ on your drive
Both of which came true.
He moved with us from Corby to Keyston and then to Peterborough. Affectionately known as “old un” he is either found at home in Kettering or on holiday in Florida.
Dave completed many a long tough shift back in the early 2000’s for a former client called Pauleys delivering fruit & veg to hotels and restaurants throughout the night. One...
This year Chiltern will be reaching a significant milestone - 25 Years In Business.
Paul Jackson, Managing Director said: “The first 25 years have been a roller coaster of experiences, highs and lows, opportunities, challenges, and rewards. During this time I have seen many changes in the industry and I’m sure there are many more to come. But, I am very proud of what we have achieved - coming from a little cold store in Eaton Socon I could not have imagined what was to come. For me it has always been about being the best we can be. Chiltern has been a lifetime of work and would not have been possible without a long list of...
Chiltern was pleased to assist Crisis at Christmas at the end of 2017.
Their goal is to end homelessness. A tall order. We were thrilled to offer ambient, chilled, and frozen storage as they worked to provide support to over 4000 people throughout Britain. Food, warmth and vital services can be the first steps out of homelessness.
Chiltern has joined forces with Atlas Genetics and Rohlig UK in order to provide a temperature controlled pharmaceutical transportation and storage solution ex Kings Lynn to the USA.
Atlas Genetics are in the process of trialing a revolutionary new human disease detection system in the USA. Rohlig, who is there global forwarding partner chose Chiltern to undertake the UK supply chain leg of the journey.
The process involved collecting devices from a manufacturing site in Kings Lynn, storing loading into an insulated large pallet shipper for onward delivery to the British Airways Cargo centre at Heathrow.
Chiltern is pleased to pledge support to Sue Ryder Thorpe Hall Hospice in Peterborough with a 1-year fundraising commitment.
Chiltern will be holding staff events through out the year and donating all the money raised to support the incredible work being done locally at Thorpe Hall. The donations will be making a difference to hundreds of people at the most difficult time of their lives.
“We wanted it to be more than simply giving money to our local hospice. We want it to be about staff engagement and drawing attention to the work they do at Thorpe Hall and other hospice locations across the country. We’re committed to the...
Chiltern was at Truckfest Peterborough over the bank holiday weekend - April 30/May 1. A record number of trucks were in attendance - 2500+ - 5 of which were from the Chiltern fleet.
Tomasz, Wojciech, Paul, Thiago and Paul J showcased their trucks for the 1000s of people in attendance over the weekend.
Truckfest is a transport festival focused on trucks and the haulage industry. As well as trade stands and music entertainment. Highlights of the shows are displays of customised trucks and monster trucks.
Chiltern may be better known in the industry for our temperature controlled storage and distribution of food and food products throughout the UK and Europe. However, Chiltern has been working with the NHS for the past three years delivering lifesaving drugs to hospitals in the UK.
The National Institute for Health Research (NIHR) Biomedical Research Centre at Guy’s and St Thomas’ NHS Foundation Trust and King’s College London, supports translational research into new ways of treating patients with unmet needs. Organ transplant recipients receive life-long treatment with immune suppressive drugs, leading to life-threatening...
Chiltern has sign written the back of two trailers in support of the Rider Cup 2017 Golf & Cycling Challenge which is raising funds for the Motor Neurone Disease Association and Sue Ryder St John’s Hospice.
On June 15th, 2017 eight participants will cycle through the counties of Northamptonshire, Buckinghamshire, Bedfordshire and Cambridgeshire. During the process they will play a hole of golf at 15 different golf courses finishing off with three holes at St Neots - their home club. Their intention is to tee-off at the first course at sunrise (4:43 am) and sink their final putt before sunset (9:20 pm) on the same day. 16 Golf...