SUSPENSION WAREHOUSE SPRINGS UP

Suspension brand Lesjöfors Springs has relocated to a  new purpose-built UK distribution centre at Lindley Moor Road, Huddersfield.

The new facility measures 65,000 sq ft, offering almost 50% more storage capacity than its previous premises, with improved transport links to the motorway network and easy access for heavy goods vehicles as it is right next to the M62.

Robert Glynn, Managing Director of Lesjöfors Springs UK, said: “We continue on a ‘journey of improvement’ and this new facility means customers will experience even greater levels of service”.

“The increased space, improved materials handling and warehouse management solutions, position us well to maintain our 99% service rate and to meet whatever demands the market throws at us, whilst allowing us to remain competitive through efficiencies.”

The new unit has potential to extend the warehouse by a further 15,000 sq ft  should the need arise.

Published by GregWhitaker

Editor of CAT Magazine and an experienced motoring journalist

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