Reading, UK - 17 June 2008: DediPower, one of the UK's fastest growing managed hosting providers, today announced they have been selected by TDG, a leading European supply chain management company to provide its managed hosting requirements. TDG, who are listed on the London Stock Exchange, have extensive experience in retail, FMCG, industrial and chemical markets and have 135 operating sites across Europe.

In addition to the website being a key marketing tool for TDG, for many of their customers it is the main point of access into systems providing delivery tracking and POD retrieval, so TDG understands the need to ensure that their web hosting arrangements are robust and reliable.

“Our website is a core part of our communications activity to customers, employees and investors alike,” said Lisa Charles, Group Communications Manager. “We’re used to managing mission critical supply chain systems for our customers so we understand the need for 24/7 access to information.”

Many of TDG’s supply chain solutions are underpinned by technology so when evaluating possible hosting providers they knew which selection criteria were important. DediPower's Managed Hosting provides enterprises with business server solutions delivering custom built high-specification dedicated servers. Their world-class hosting infrastructure has been designed to ensure the highest levels of network uptime, availability, flexibility and security. Focused on delivering service excellence, DediPower offers one of the best services level agreements in the industry today and is a Microsoft Gold Certified Partner and RedHat Ready Hosting Partner.

“TDG operates in the highly competitive logistics market where delivering against commitments is of paramount importance. In many ways we operate under very similar market conditions. At DediPower we fully recognise the need to deliver the very highest level of customer satisfaction. We are very pleased that TDG has recognised our capabilities in selecting us for their managed hosting needs,” said Craig Martin, CEO, DediPower.

About TDG
TDG is a major European logistics company with extensive experience in retail, FMCG, industrial and chemical markets.
TDG works to create value by aligning its customers’ supply chains to their business strategy. It works in partnership with clients to deliver strategic goals and the company’s success is linked to that of its customers.
Its expanding capabilities in end to end supply chain management and freight forwarding are complemented by the company’s strong operational skills in traditional logistics management.
It is focussed on developing business in the areas of speciality chemicals, paper and packaging and temperature controlled services where it can offer capability, flexibility and improved service. Equally, the company remains committed to supporting and growing its traditional customer base so they continue to recognise TDG as a top tier performer.
TDG has a reputation for excellence in health and safety, continuous improvement and change management. They are listed on the London Stock Exchange and are active in six countries across Europe. For more information call Lisa Charles, Group Communications Manager at TDG on 0161 958 0000, email charlesl@tdg.co.uk or visit www.tdg.eu.com

About DediPower Managed Hosting
DediPower, one of the UK’s fastest growing managed hosting providers delivers a range of managed hosting solutions commitments including: dedicated servers, application and exchange hosting, high availability multi-server clusters and co-location. DediPower is a Microsoft Gold Certified partner and a RedHat Ready Hosting partner. A winner of numerous awards, hosted sites include Sony, Sam Learning, Institute of Physics, Coca-Cola, Capita, First Great Western and Carphone Warehouse. Established in 1998 and self funded, DediPower runs its own purpose built data centres totalling over 22,000 sq ft situated in Reading, UK. For more information call 0870 252 3600, email info@dedipower.com or visit our website - www.dedipower.com

Published on: 12:00AM on 17th June 2008