The main business in Russia is distribution of products for Uhrenholt as well as international partners like Deligrance, Unilever, Nestlé, Heinz and McCain.
We work within both the retail and foodservice segments offering a wide range of products.

Distributing strong food brands in Russia

In addition to selling and distributing Uhrenholt's own brands in Russia, we also operate as a distributor for strong partners, including Delifrance, Unilever, Nestlé, Heinz, Arla and McCain.

We have our own state-of-the-art, technically advanced warehouse facilities with a capacity of more than 13,000 pallets. On a daily basis, we deliver over 2,000 different products and services to more than 300 customers in Moscow alone.

Uhrenholt LLC Distribution Centre

Uhrenholt LLC has been present in the Russian market since 1997. Uhrenholt LLC is commercially focused both on HoReCa and retail channels within the brands of Emborg, Friendship and Delight. Our Uhrenholt offices are present in Moscow and Saint Petersburg, and our regional Key Account Managers are represented in several other major cities across the country. 

We focus on best-in-class logistics and therefore, we have prioritised a brand new Distribution Centre. The facility has a capacity of more than 13.000 pallet spaces, covering over 2000 different products and services to more than 300 customers in Moscow alone. The operation is among the most modern and technologically advanced distribution centres in Russia containing dry, chilled, frozen as well as ultra cold storage zones.

In 2013, our Distribution Centre became IFS (International Featured Standard Food) certified. It constitutes a quality and risk management system specifically for producing own branded food products.

Uhrenholt LLC Distribution Centre

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The Opening on Russian Television

Uhrenholt Russia opened our new Distribution Centre in Moscow on the 8th September 2011.

His Royal Highness, Prince Henrik of Denmark officially opened Uhrenholt’s new distribution centre, and the opening was filmed by Russian television.

For information in Russian