Case Studies

Lifescan – Warehouse Expansion Design

Lifescan is based in Inverness, Scotland and is part of the Johnson & Johnson Group of companies. It is a world leader in the research, development and manufacture of blood glucose monitoring products. The company had experienced considerable growth over several years and this had resulted in the dispersal of some parts of the operation…

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Clients By Sectors

Logistics works with many clients in different business sectors, including the Automotive sector. The Building and construction Sector working with a range of companies from BAA to WyseGroup, we have also worked with companies within the engineering sector. Logisitcs has also worked with a number of charities including the Royal British Legion. Chemical and Pharmaceuticals…

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Hachette – Tendering Exercise for Outsourced Distribution of Books

Hachette UK, the largest and one of the most diversified book publishers in the UK, is owned by Hachette Livre, the global publishing group based in France. This is in turn a wholly owned subsidiary of Lagardère, a company that is active worldwide in the areas of books, communications and media. Hachette Distribution is a…

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Joules – Warehouse Property Search and Warehouse Design

Joules is a fashion designer and retailer of casual clothing for women, men and children. Their product is mostly sourced from the Far East and sold through a chain of stores in the UK, including an online store. In addition, product is supplied wholesale to a wide range of retailers in the UK and internationally….

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Oxford University Press – Operation Review and Supply Chain Modelling

Oxford University Press already had an advanced warehouse at Corby and were an early adopter of automated solutions. Changes in market conditions and customer expectations combined with significant growth meant that a strategic plan was needed for the development of the warehouse. The Logistics Business was appointed to review the current operation and processes, to…

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