Marks & Spencer now believes three rather than four DCs will serve its future needs, as it continues the transformation of its supply chain to match consumers’ changing shopping patterns. In its full year results released today, the retailer said that to fulfil its multi-channel ambitions, including meeting the demands of rapid e-commerce sales growth, it had reviewed its logistics road map started in 2009 again, and decided three DCs are now the magic number. A spokesman for the retailer […]
Online furniture retailer Made.com is to more than double its onsite capacity at London Gateway’s Logistics Park.
Eddie Stobart Logistics (ESL) achieved a major milestone in 2018 as it spent big on transforming itself into an end-to-end transport supplier with turnover, profit and debt surging as a consequence.