CML expands as demand for its services increase

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Logistics company, CML, has expanded in order to meet client demand with additional warehousing services at Magna Park in Lutterworth - one of Europe's leading logistics and distribution centres.

CML has added an additional 110,000 sq. ft. to its overall footprint by opening a second site to support its growing portfolio of clients which include major UK and international retailers such as MiH Jeans, L.K.Bennett, designer Markus Lupfer, new British womenswear label Finery London and Marks & Spencer.

Inside CML's second warehouse at Magna Park

The third party logistics provider is taking on approximately 90 members of staff to run its second site, with further plans to recruit more staff during peak periods. The warehouse offers extensive storage and operational space which will handle in excess of 30,000,000 units per annum.

CML is a privately owned supply-chain services company specialising in retail warehousing and distribution, it also provides global freight forwarding services. The company's second warehouse will operate as a carbon copy of its first, which is also based at Magna Park. Providing similar services, but on a slightly reduced scale. The warehouse will offer distribution, pick and dispatch and order fulfilment, in addition to a variety of retail specific value added services.

CML's head office and first warehouse stretches to 270,000 sq ft. and includes 24 loading bays, 34,000 pallet spaces, approximately 1,000,000 hanging garment storage spaces and an 80,000 sq ft floor level operating area.

Graham Copley, Managing Director at CML, said, "We have had to expand at CML to meet on-going client demand for our services. Opening a second warehouse ensures we have the space to support our latest clients as they grow and develop as well as allows us to take on more clients in the future."

Managing Director of CML Graham Copley outside CML's main warehouse and HQ

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