Wincanton’s transformative ecommerce solution for Neal’s Yard Remedies Organic has been shortlisted for Transport, Logistics and Supply Chain Tech of the Year at the prestigious National Technology Awards.

Our collaborative eFulfilment solution, which blends robotics and wearable technology, has created a faster, safer, and more reliable operation, improving the customer experience for the award-winning natural and organic health and beauty company.

Wincanton has worked in partnership with Neal’s Yard Remedies since 2008. Wincanton provides a nationwide service for the retailer’s network of stores, wholesale, and retail partners from its high-volume shared user facility in Nuneaton, Warwickshire.

The National Technology Awards, organised by National Technology News, celebrate the pioneers of technology in British business. The ceremony takes place on 26 May at London’s Marriott Hotel in Grosvenor Square.

Claire Charlton, head of W2 Innovation at Wincanton, commented:

“Our solution for Neal’s Yard Remedies is a great example of how our W2 Innovation programme brings together new technologies with our people to deliver supply chain value for our customers.

Carl Moore, MD for Digital and eFulfilment at Wincanton, commented:

“We continue to be impressed with how Neal’s Yard Remedies and our colleagues have embraced the technology to deliver great service.”

Donna Toye, Operations Controller at Neal’s Yard Remedies Organic, commented: 

“These cobots have had a positive impact on pick accuracy, ability to flex to fluctuating sales volumes, stock accuracy and provide us with accurate automated data on a daily basis that reduces the number of queries from our customer care team to the warehouse.” 

Discover how Wincanton’s collaborative eFulfilment solution is transforming outcomes for Neal’s Yard Remedies Organic.


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