End to end logistics provider, CML, was shortlisted as a finalist at this year's UKWA awards. The annual award ceremony, which took place at the Dorchester hotel earlier this month, recognises and rewards businesses within the third-party logistics sector.
In 2017, CML installed an ecommerce pick tower within an eight week period, in order to support three new retail contract wins. Following this investment, CML was shortlisted for the UKWA's Infrastructure Project award, which identifies businesses that have developed or invested in new or improved logistics buildings or parks that will bring additional capacity to the market. Commenting on being nominated for the Infrastructure Project award, Business Development Manager at CML, Jane Smith, said:
"This year CML has gone from strength to strength, so to be selected as a finalist at this year's UKWA awards was a great achievement for us. The event gave us the opportunity to share what we have achieved in such a short space of time with customers and colleagues and we all thoroughly enjoyed ourselves. On behalf of everyone at CML, I would like to thank UKWA for acknowledging CML's hard work over the last year."
UKWA is Britain's leading organisation for the warehousing and logistics sector, and the Annual Lunch and Awards is one of many ways in which it gives recognition to, and supports, businesses across the industry. Members of UKWA benefit from industry strategy insight and collaborative ideas, as well as a number of specialist and discounted services.