It’s been all systems go for us in recent months to ensure we’ve kept vital supply chains moving for some of our clients during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Back in March, it was announced that UK logistics workers were considered ‘key workers’ which shows the importance of the work we do for some of our clients in the medical, manufacturing and retail sectors, amongst many others.
We’ve been working seven days a week for some of our clients moving all manner of goods-
- Urgent medical testing equipment
- Hundreds of beds to go into the NHS supply chain
- Thousands of boxes of hand sanitiser for multiple business sites as they start to reopen
- IT equipment to help with the sudden surge of home working
- Critical building materials to help with the construction of The NHS Nightingale Hospitals across the UK
- Point of sale material to multiple European cities as they start to reopen their shops as lockdown eases
As we enter June, its clear more clients are slowly starting to resume normal service and we’re readying ourselves for a busy end to 2020.
Our MD Jamie commented “I’m proud of how the team have responded in these difficult times and stayed focused on delivering our usual high standard of service while working from home, thankfully we’ve reopened the office now and seem to be getting busier by the week after an unusual April”