The president of the world’s largest cold storage supplier said its warehouses in the United Kingdom could soon run out of room. Mike McClendon of Lineage Logistics said the company’s 15 facilities are more than 90 percent full.

McClendon said frozen chilled volumes could overflow in three to five weeks because restaurant suppliers and mass caterers closed due to the coronavirus lockdown are forced to freeze food for longer to ride out the crisis.

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