Demand for PPE and RPE products massively increased in the healthcare sector as a direct result of COVID-19. More stock was required to cope with order volume, but their existing site was at full capacity.
We identified a suitable site situated in the same area as their existing operations, and also switched on a solution to transport stock from containers arriving in ports to the warehouse. A client delivery service was also implemented to offer a comprehensive end-to-end supply chain solution.
4,500 pallet locations sourced in a secured site situated in the ‘golden triangle’. The site was fully operational within three weeks of the initial enquiry, on a medium-term agreement of six months.
Have you got an urgent need for additional warehouse space as a result of COVID-19?
Contact us now – we can identify additional capacity, close to your existing operation.
Steven Purvis – 07738 683329 or [email protected]
Alternatively, if you need urgent short/long off-quay container storage contact Andy Kaye, CEO, Bis Henderson Group on 07967 555065 or [email protected] for more information.
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?
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