All depots had closed, distribution centres were understaffed, and their existing space was filling up fast with more stock on its way.
We identified two solutions situated in the same area as their existing sites. Initially, we concentrated on setting up one site to ease the pressure. Once this site was operational, the second site was set up to give full capacity reducing the strain on their own network.
12,000 pallet locations and 20,000 sq. ft. sourced in a secured site situated in the ‘golden triangle’, with a further 10,000 sq. ft. situated nearby. Both sites on a medium-term agreement with option to extend through peak.
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In the wake of the Coronavirus crisis, logistics professionals will be seeking to create supply chains that are far more flexible and resilient. Inevitably, a re-think on how much inventory is deployed across the network will be a major factor in reducing risk and securing supply. A new, intelligent strategy on managing space could hold the answer?
Steven Purvis, Operations Director at Bis Henderson Space, examines the situation businesses are facing in the here and now, before positioning new forward strategies that will enable businesses to flex their warehouse space requirements to build in resilience for the future…
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