Blue Inc Tilbury Move

by | Jun 22, 2017

High street & online retailer, Blue Inc, recently made the transition to the Uniserve Super Distribution Centre in Tilbury, with the entire move being completed over one weekend.

The complex operation – which included transferring their web operation – was up, running and live by Monday morning, thanks to an impressive effort from our dedicated team.

The fashion retailer is now benefitting from our supply chain and fulfilment services for web traffic, throughout their 96 stores in the UK. The service is driven and supported by our uniquely developed and sophisticated supply chain platform, One World.

Uniserve Logistics Director, Peter Keates, commented “We have successfully managed implementations for several household names over recent years, using our proven methodology and specialist resource”.

“The plan was typically implemented very successfully, which is a testament to the hard work, cooperation and effort of our excellent team, who have pulled together to provide a first-class operation”.

If you would like to find out more about how Uniserve and One World can help you lever your supply chain to your advantage, then please email info@ugroup.co.uk or call 01708 259400.

 

 

 

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