Great Bear Distribution chooses Belgravium

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Great Bear is a leading logistics company providing Storage & Distribution Solutions throughout the UK.

Operating throughout 22 sites nationwide, Great Bear provides quality services to many blue chip organisations within the following sectors:

  Ambient Warehousing

  Chilled Warehousing

  Garment Warehousing

  Bonded Warehousing

  National Distribution

  Factory Production to Store Supply Chain Management

  Home Delivery

  Repacking/Reworking.

Great Bears total commitment to a customer focussed culture is based on the consistency of their excellent service and their philosophy of continual improvement and innovation. The core values set in place by Great Bear to achieve this involve the encouragement of creativity, flexibility, quick decision making and more importantly that they never break a promise to a customer. Testament to the success of Great Bears philosophy is their continuing growth which now sees a yearly turnover in excess of 63.5million.

In order to continue their growth in line with their core values, Great Bear have chosen to implement a warehouse and distribution package into their Northampton and Wiltshire sites. Belgravium were chosen along with leading software developers, Central System Automations to provide a solution to improve efficiency and facilitate the visibility of goods through their warehouses. In addition Belgravium also developed a bespoke mobile trolley application to facilitate mobile picking within both sites. The superior ruggedness, innovative design and usability of both the Atlanta 8000 Series handheld and the truck mountable Monaco 7100 were key factors in Great Bears decision making criteria. The highly commended service and support provided by both companies ensured the successful implementation which will see further rollouts to other Great Bear operating sites nationwide in 2008.

 

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