Wincanton has extended its contract with Asda to manage its transport and warehouse operations for a further two years. The partnership, which has been in place for 15 years, includes the management of warehousing and national transport operations across four key Asda sites in Doncaster, Larne, Rochdale and Wigan, covering the nationwide strategy for frozen, chilled and wider grocery products. Read more Wincanton lands Waitrose.com fulfilment centre deal Wincanton extends Morrisons contract Wincanton will not be blown off course by […]
Take up for warehousing space in the UK reached record levels in the first half of 2020, with over a third of space taken up by Amazon and 11% involving deals where the lease is for less than 12 months due to the pandemic.
Supermarket groups J Sainsbury and Asda have been forced to abandon their merger after the deal was blocked by the Competition and Markets Authority (CMA).
Wincanton is set to offer its customers a wider choice of delivery options after forging a partnership with technology provider Sorted.