Posted 12th Jun 2018

TKC invests in increased stockholding at Denton HQ

By KBBDaily on 12th June 2018 - 13:33pm
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Kitchen supplier TKC has invested in its Denton headquarters by increasing its stockholding capability by 20%, as well as introducing extended shift patterns for “round-the-clock picking”.

According to the company, orders are now handled on a 24-hour basis over three shifts to allow it to “comfortably meet the demand for its products while optimising picking accuracy and supporting next-day delivery”.

TKC has increased its stockholding capacity by investing in additional racking and a new mezzanine area at its head office with close to 2,200 new pick locations. According to the company, the investment has consolidated its warehousing from three locations into one.

“As a company, we continue to grow and have made vast increases in our product range in terms of styles, colours, doors and accessories to ensure we can always match our customers’ requirements,” said TKC CEO Roy Saunders.

“We ship around 150,000 products around the UK every month so continual investment in our operations is important. The new night shift and the extra racking at Denton allow us to control everything in one place, create a smoother operational flow throughout the day and are part of our commitment to providing industry leading service.”

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