It’s Shrove Tuesday! Or Pancake Day if you will. Whichever way you decide to celebrate today, it typically involves a large consumption of food in the shape of a pancake.
So, pancakes! What do pancakes have to do with supply chain management, goods movement and cargo transportation? Everything! Pancakes, like pretty much everything else, need to start somewhere in order for them to make that journey to its final destination, in this case being the grumbling sarlacc pit that is our stomachs. But not just the pancakes (or pancake mix, or the ingredients from scratch if you’re a pro pancaker), but everything that you put on that pancake as well, be it sugar, lemon juice, ice-cream, chocolate, maple syrup or whatever tickles your fancy. A vast orchestra of moving parts all working together to make sure that with minimal interruption you get to enjoy that pancake.
With that in mind, we want to make sure we are doing our part so you can also enjoy that pancake, and worrying about your own supply chain management and the headaches it can bring will only ruin that pancake eating experience. So get in touch with our expert, dedicated team who will look after all those little worries and make sure your goods are moved in a timely, cost effective fashion, with profession and care remaining at the forefront of our attention. You can then sit back, relax and truly enjoy Pancake day.
Did you know that the largest pancake ever was cooked and flipped in Banks & Lloyd’s own resident city of Manchester, being brought into the world in 1994 and retaining its title ever since. Despite its beastly size, measuring 15.01 meters in diameter and 2.5 cm thick and weighing a whopping 3 tonnes, you could still fit three of the monstrous syrup sponges, pre-portioned, into a 40 foot container and have room to spare for all the syrup that will be needed.