Home / Appointments / iForce wins Sainsbury’s e-Fulfilment
Vanden Recycling

iForce wins Sainsbury’s e-Fulfilment

iForce, one of the UK's leading multi-channel logistics specialists has signed a new contract with Sainsbury's to provide e-fulfilment services for its new non-food operation.

The operation will be based at Sainsbury's depot in Corby. iForce will now work closely with Sainsbury's in developing their plans for the site which will be operational later this year.

Mike Sturt, Logistics Director – General Merchandise and Clothing at Sainsbury's commented: “We are very pleased to appoint iForce to operate our e-fulfilment centre in Corby. Their experience in this field will help us in developing an effective and efficient e-fulfilment operation that is fully customer focused.''

Commenting on the new contract, Mark Hewitt, CEO of iForce said: “This is a very significant contract for iForce and we are delighted to be partners with Sainsbury's and to assist them in the launch of the new non-food offering to their customers. Moreover, at a time when the economic environment is so challenging, we are pleased to be able to bring new jobs, both full time and seasonal, to the Corby area over the coming years.”


Check Also

Five critical factors in recruiting for an agile supply chain Bis Henderson

Five critical factors in recruiting for an agile supply chain by Andy Kaye, CEO, Bis Henderson Group

Much of a retail business’ ability to remain competitive and relevant to a market depends …