Panther frees up warehousing space to meet demand

In the face of demand for warehousing capacity far outstripping demand in the current economic conditions, Panther Logistics has freed up 8,000 pallet spaces at its storage and distribution facility in Normanton, Yorkshire. This is so the two-man delivery specialist can provide a full e-commerce solution for large item sales.

The efforts have been made so Panther Logistics can help its client retailers meet demand for home delivery services.

According to the UK Warehousing Association (UKWA), supply chains are at full stretch to meet the change of shopping habits brought about by lockdown.

Panther Warehousing Commercial Director Gary McKelvey commented: “In times of crisis, business continuity is key and we have done our upmost to ensure that our range of services have remained uninterrupted. Our customers appreciate our approach of shaping our portfolio of services around their customers to provide a seamless best in class service. It has always been at the core of our offering.

“The Coronavirus outbreak has had an adverse impact on every single stage of the supply chain so far, with warehouse capacity becoming yet another casualty of the pandemic.

“We hope that our additional warehousing capacity will be welcomed by both existing and prospective customers seeking support for their home delivery operation.”