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July

Turning a problem around
01 July, 2005

British Turntable has supplied a manually-operated car turntable for a new forecourt in Jersey. The Doubleday garage had come up against EU health and safety regulations that prevented it from selling petrol. The problem on the forecourt was that there was no turning circle – cars had to drive on, then reverse out onto a busy road.

High quality LCD display unit at a price you can afford
01 July, 2005

Digital View has introduced a compact

Dunhill development
01 July, 2005

Premium cigarette brand Dunhill has been relaunched following a two-year development, which has resulted in a new look and taste.

Promises, promises
01 July, 2005

Masterfoods is expecting a 20% uplift in sales in its Galaxy large block range, following the launch of Promises, which it claims will attract new customers to the brand as well as create a new ‘everyday luxury’ confectionery category.

Fresh ads for Trebor
01 July, 2005

Cadbury Trebor Bassett is launching a £2.8m national advertising campaign to support mint brand, Trebor.

Tropical delights
01 July, 2005

Another exotic flavour is joining the Jamaican fruit drink range, Tropical Rhythms, which is marketed in this country by Ubevco Distributors.

Classic Corners of the USA
01 July, 2005

Müller Corner has four new American Classic flavours: Alabama chocolate fudge cake, blueberry Manhattan cheesecake, New England banoffee pie and Florida Key lime pie.

Lucozade rides high
01 July, 2005

Lucozade Sport, the official sports drink of the FA Premier League, is launching a football-themed on-pack promotion.

Boosting the range
01 July, 2005

Iron Brew is a new addition to the Boost Drinks family – all designed to lift energy levels and increase alertness – and has been launched to cater for the different taste requirements of energy drink customers.

Gallaher voted top
01 July, 2005

Gallaher has won Best Supplier as voted for by retailers in the annual Convenience Tracking Programme Awards, organised by Harris International Marketing.

Amid all the political turmoil, do you feel as prepared as you can be for EU exit on October 31, deal or no deal?