Chris Byrne, head of global logistics for Ted Baker, said: “We selected XPO Logistics because the company has the capacity and expertise to provide a reliable, single-site solution from which to manage all of our sales channels.
Many towns and cities within SEStran experience significant congestion at certain times of the day, which impacts on both businesses and residents.
SEStran aims to address these issues and work towards a more sustainable and efficient transport network.
One of the initiatives being examined by SEStran is the potential for Consolidation Centres strategically located in its area to improve freight deliveries to key locations and reduce the impacts of air pollution, congestion and noise.
Fashion retailer Ted Baker has awarded XPO Logistics the contract to manage its new pan-European distribution centre.
The agreement covers Ted Baker’s retail, wholesale and e-commerce operations across the Continent.
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