Additional storage required for non-essential items so that other general consumables could flow through their supply chain quickly.
We turned on two outside storage support units close to their regional distribution centres.
Within a few days both sites were fully operational with approx. 1,000 pallets in additional warehouse space for the duration of the COVID-19 pandemic.
NB – We have since been asked to identify an additional five new outside storage support sites across the UK.
Are you struggling with warehouse capacity amid immediate demand?
Contact us today for an immediate view on likely locations – our network is vast; we can locate additional capacity extremely quickly.
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