Posted 21st Feb 2018

Davroc makes investment in warehouse expansion

By KBBDaily on 21st February 2018 - 08:00am

Bathroom distributor Davroc has invested in an expansion of its Hertfordshire warehouse to cater to increase demand and extend its stocking capacity following the recent addition of Bette to the company’s portfolio.

According to Davroc, the expansion – as well as a full re-racking of the premises – has increased pallet space by more than 300%.

“Customer satisfaction is integral to our business, so maintaining a diverse product offering and stocking a substantial amount of each line is one of our chief priorities,” said Davroc national sales manager Chris Dodds.

“With each of our suppliers regularly launching new product and by welcoming Bette to our portfolio last year, we saw record growth of our stock profile. Expanding our stocking capacity by 300% has meant that we can continue to satisfy our customers’ expectations for a comprehensive range, maintain necessary stock levels and still offer next day delivery.”

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