We just lost to Edinburgh

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Re: We just lost to Edinburgh

Post by Russ » Thu Feb 22, 2018 1:57 pm

Cockatrice wrote:I prefer the Norn Irish KFC chicken to thon southern fried shyte...
Country Fried Chicken in Rathfriland

Anyways, I used to think Subway was the entrance to the underground system
Little did I know there was no underground system at Finaghy Road South

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Re: We just lost to Edinburgh

Post by BR » Thu Feb 22, 2018 2:02 pm

Russ wrote:
Cockatrice wrote:I prefer the Norn Irish KFC chicken to thon southern fried shyte...
Country Fried Chicken in Rathfriland

Anyways, I used to think Subway was the entrance to the underground system
Little did I know there was no underground system at Finaghy Road South

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Re: We just lost to Edinburgh

Post by Rooster » Thu Feb 22, 2018 5:48 pm

BR wrote:
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caledoniancelt wrote:Not according to the media.

Effected or affected?
Always gets me that one

Next question, is NI supplied by the brits or the west brits?

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Unless things have changed recently NI outlets supplied from NI chicken and ROi from ROi chicken, some of the East Brit outlets also supplied from NI so the extra logistics is probably the problem. As an aside has anyone ever seen a refrigerated DHL delivery van ?
Probably not DHL livery. DHL bought amongst other things NFC which was the successor to BRS and UTA/NIC - nationalised freight carriers (and had the freight monopoly from the 1950s). So this picture being painted by the unions that DHL have less experience than Bidvest, doesn't really stand up to scrutiny.

Edit - in fact there are DHL liveried refrigeration units. (After strewtviewing their chilled/frozen warehouse in Mallusk)
I have heard their big problem in the big island is being causes by having a non registered coldstore and a heap of the product having to be chucked out due to incorrect storage temperature, could take a few months to get it right.
As an associated matter Burger King did the same move a while back and it was a fiasco and they begged the original distributer to take the contract back at their original higher quote.
Fresh food distribution is a lot more complex than frozen or standard packages.
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Re: We just lost to Edinburgh

Post by BR » Thu Feb 22, 2018 5:54 pm

Rooster wrote:
BR wrote:
Rooster wrote:
Russ wrote:
caledoniancelt wrote:Not according to the media.

Effected or affected?
Always gets me that one

Next question, is NI supplied by the brits or the west brits?

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Unless things have changed recently NI outlets supplied from NI chicken and ROi from ROi chicken, some of the East Brit outlets also supplied from NI so the extra logistics is probably the problem. As an aside has anyone ever seen a refrigerated DHL delivery van ?
Probably not DHL livery. DHL bought amongst other things NFC which was the successor to BRS and UTA/NIC - nationalised freight carriers (and had the freight monopoly from the 1950s). So this picture being painted by the unions that DHL have less experience than Bidvest, doesn't really stand up to scrutiny.

Edit - in fact there are DHL liveried refrigeration units. (After strewtviewing their chilled/frozen warehouse in Mallusk)
I have heard their big problem in the big island is being causes by having a non registered coldstore and a heap of the product having to be chucked out due to incorrect storage temperature, could take a few months to get it right.
As an associated matter Burger King did the same move a while back and it was a fiasco and they begged the original distributer to take the contract back at their original higher quote.
Fresh food distribution is a lot more complex than frozen or standard packages.
Maybe we get the red cross to ship them some replacements from here.
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Re: We just lost to Edinburgh

Post by Snipe Watson » Thu Feb 22, 2018 6:11 pm

Rodney has the whole market cornered.
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Re: We just lost to Edinburgh

Post by Dave » Thu Feb 22, 2018 6:17 pm

Rodney is the market
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Re: We just lost to Edinburgh

Post by Rooster » Thu Feb 22, 2018 6:21 pm

Dave wrote:Rodney is the market
Rodney is the reason they had to get Moypark as a supplier, over 2 million chickens a week just about keeps him going.
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Re: We just lost to Edinburgh

Post by Tender » Thu Feb 22, 2018 11:06 pm

2xmillion chickens per week is a load of cluck
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Re: We just lost to Edinburgh

Post by Rooster » Thu Feb 22, 2018 11:11 pm

Tender wrote:2xmillion chickens per week is a load of cluck
It's also 2 million eggs to produce them to start with so you need 2 million hens and then the old "which came first, the chicken or the egg" conundrum starts :lol: :lol: :lol:
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Re: We just lost to Edinburgh

Post by Snipe Watson » Thu Feb 22, 2018 11:40 pm

Dave wrote:Rodney is the market
Rodney ate the market.
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