Wincanton eCommerce and infrastructure success recognised by Supply Chain Excellence Awards
In eCommerce, Wincanton’s collaborative eFulfilment solution for Neal’s Yard Remedies Organic, which blends robotics and wearable technology, has been shortlisted for the Best Use of Robotics Award, while Wincanton’s transformative two-person home delivery service for Wickes has been shortlisted for the Retail Supply Chain Excellence Award.
In infrastructure, the supply chain partner’s innovative work as the official warehouse and transport service partner for Hinkley Point C nuclear power station has been shortlisted for the Supply Chain Operations Award, while the dedicated warehouse operation for Alstom’s refurbishment of Avanti West Coast’s high-speed passenger train fleet has been shortlisted for the Warehouse Initiative Award.
Carl Moore, MD for eFulfilment at Wincanton, said:
“It is terrific to see our work with Neal’s Yard Remedies and Wickes recognised for innovation and supply chain excellence. Our teams have successfully delivered solutions that have achieved great results. We’re hugely proud of our strong partnerships with Neal’s Yard Remedies and Wickes and wish the teams every success at this prestigious event.”
Carl Meewezen, MD for Public and Industrial at Wincanton, said:
“Our partnerships with Hinkley Point C and Alstom are delivering exceptional outcomes to support the development of crucial infrastructure for the UK. We’re delighted that our collaborative approach has been recognised at the iconic Supply Chain Excellence Awards and we wish all our teams the very best of luck at the awards ceremony later this year.”