Since 1990 when it was founded, leading end-to-end logistics provider, CML, has gone from strength to strength, and 2017 was no different. In just one year the industry leader undertook some of its biggest operations to date, highlighting just why it is one of the front runners in international freight, warehousing, fulfilment and ecommerce services.
Following the implementation of a number of new customers, 2017 saw CML expand its total retail distribution space by nearly 30% with the acquisition of a new distribution warehouse. CML also installed a 60,000 sq ft purpose built picktower to help accommodate ecommerce growth and ensure that its customers needs and expectations could not only be met, but exceeded. In addition to this, the leading end-to-end logistics provider also advanced its freight operations by successfully completing its first ever rail freight delivery from China.
With plans in place for CML to launch a freight Green GOH campaign at the beginning of 2018, as well as implement a number of new projects, CML anticipates that 2018 is going to be yet another successful year, as Managing Director, Mark Webb, confirms: “Having achieved so much in just one year, I would like to say thank you to everyone at CML that has helped us to achieve such great results. With plans in place for a number of exciting new projects we have no doubt that 2018 will be another strong year for us.”
CML’s work extends far beyond that of logistics, and technology, and it prides itself in the people behind the scenes. Joining the company in 2017, CML appointed Jane Smith as Business Development Manager, Sonia Da Silva as Projects Manager, and promoted Michael Smith to M&S Customer Relation Manager. Each bringing a wealth of knowledge and experience to their roles, the new appointments have helped bring in new business, support the company’s growth strategy, further establish CML’s ability to provide bespoke solutions for some of the UK’s leading high street brands and ensure that it provides them with high levels of customer service.