Wincanton has invested in a dedicated eCommerce fulfilment facility in Nuneaton which opens this month.
The first customers using the new site, which operates under the W2 digital banner, will be existing Wincanton clients Loaf and Neal’s Yard Remedies. Wincanton had created a new eCommerce fulfilment service for Neal’s Yard Remedies in just 48 hours in April this year to meet increased demand from customers during the Covid-19 pandemic.
As part of the transition Loaf has contracted with Wincanton for warehouse services for a further five years. Wincanton manages the end-to-end supply chain for Loaf including order fulfilment, carrier management and two person home delivery.
James Wroath, Wincanton CEO said: “This new site, and the new contract with Loaf, is a clear demonstration of Wincanton’s capability and commitment to supporting our customers’ growth and digital plans. A relentless focus on superior customer service and innovating through technology is key to continuing both our and their success.”