DHL Supply Chain remains a key partner of Marks & Spencer (M&S) as the high street retailer’s transition towards a single-tier distribution network gathers pace. With the planned closures of 110 stores announced last month, comprising 85 full stores and 35 Simply Food branches, M&S CEO Steve Rowe said the retailer was now deep into the first phase of its transformation programme. “While there are green shoots, we have not been consistent in our delivery in a number of areas […]
Marks & Spencer was stung with a £13.1m net charge last year in its UK logistics operation as it pushed ahead with the restructure of its Clothing & Home distribution network to a single-tier format.
Tuffnells has promised to interview any of the 450 Marks & Spencer staff that face losing their jobs when the retailer’s Hardwick DC closes in September.
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