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myWarehouse relocate to Milton Keynes

myWarehouse, the Business to Consumer order fulfilment company, has relocated its central warehouse operation from Bedford to a new site at the Heathfield Industrial Estate, Stacey Bushes.

The company’s new location offers four times the capacity of the previous facility in Bedford, enabling myWarehouse to provide the necessary space for future growth following a number of recent business wins.

myWarehouse was launched last year and has grown rapidly, with more than 45 online retailers now using the company’s pay-as-you-go fulfilment solution. As a result, the new warehouse will store more than 20,000 different product lines including a wide range of DIY, home and kitchen, fashion, babywear, health and beauty, electronics and camping items, whilst handling on average 7,000 orders each month.

Richard Tucker from myWarehouse commented:

“The new fulfilment centre provides the necessary capacity to provide a quality solution to new and existing customers.

“We selected this site because it matches the company’s growth strategy moving forward and we are already looking at adding a mezzanine floor that will further boost the storage space.”

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