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CML shortlisted as a finalist at The Logistics Awards

CML shortlisted as a finalist at The Logistics Awards

Leading warehouse and logistics expert, CM was shortlisted as a finalist in the New Facility award category at The Logistics Awards on Thursday 20th September. This achievement demonstrates CML’s exceptional progression as a company over the last few years, developing facilities that are amongst some of the most innovative in the industry.

The New Facility (under 150,000sq ft) award identifies businesses that have invested in innovation and strive to keep ahead of the latest market trends. As part of the application process, CML discussed the 60,000 sq ft purpose built picktower which they invested in last year. The new facility helps to accommodate e-commerce growth and ensures that our customers’ needs and expectations are not only met, but exceeded.

The awards ceremony, held at the Shakespeare Globe theatre in London, saw several of the biggest logistics firms come together to celebrate.

Commenting on being nominated for the New Facility (under 150,000sq ft) award, CML’s Commercial Director, Kerry Delaney, said: “We are extremely pleased to be recognised by SHD Logistics at the recent awards ceremony. It’s a fantastic achievement and proof to our customers that the services we offer meet and exceed the standards of leading industry professionals. Having been shortlisted for the UKWA awards back in July, this is further acknowledgement of the significant investments CML has made. This also supports one of our four core values - innovation- ensuring our customers are provided with the highest level of customer experience.”

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