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Davies Turner has donated 25 pallets of Hunter Boot’s women's wellingtons to the London Ambulance Service to help protect staff during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Davies Turner’s specialist logistics fulfilment team at its logistics centre in Central Park, Bristol worked quickly to pick and pack the tall wellington boots of various sizes ready for transportation.

The consignment was one of Davies Turner’s first deliveries for Hunter Boot, which recently appointed the Coleshill-based haulier as its logistics partner.

The contract includes the handling of all inbound freight forwarding of products into the UK, warehousing, pick and pack operations and subsequent national and European distribution.

The company is using its regional and national logistics centre at Avonmouth, near Bristol, to hold stock and deliver fulfilment services for Hunter Boot’s products.

Davies Turner will also manage all international movements across all transport modes, including supplier management via its own Purchase Order to Delivery (P2D) system; customs management and consultancy including classification, as well as UK B2B and B2C logistics including customer returns.

Alan Williams, director of Davies Turner said: “We’ve recently won this contract, so this urgent and special delivery to London’s Ambulance Service was the perfect opportunity to demonstrate, for such a valuable cause, that our actions could speak as loudly as the words and commitments in our service contract.”