Kammac plans open day for new e-commerce fulfilment pop-up

Published on: 23rd August 2023

Visitors to the 3PL specialist’s upcoming open day will be able to enjoy a tour of the Knowsley 200 site and learn about Kammac’s e-commerce solutions. 

Logistics company Kammac is ramping up its expansion plans with an open day designed to showcase its brand-new pop-up e-commerce proposition.

Since the 1980s, Kammac has been a trusted third-party logistics specialist for sectors including food and beverage, FMCG and healthcare, with a growing focus on ecommerce. Its fulfilment, warehousing and onsite logistics support is built on a committed team of 500+ employees operating across 15 UK sites, who each year handle more than 25m case picks per year.

E-commerce has been at the heart of Kammac’s recent expansion efforts, including a recent partnership with Amazon which saw the third-party logistics expert provide its Vendor Flex Service alongside a major international brewery. The partnership allows customers to order crates of their favourite beers and other drinks directly via Amazon, though the service can be pivoted to offer a solution to a huge range of industries including Toys & Games.

Lee Crank, business development director for E-commerce, said: “The brand-new fulfilment centre at our Knowsley 200 site will be able to process around 10,800 orders per day and will be used as a pop-up e-commerce site. This allows companies to jump into a purpose made e-fulfilment space, utilising all of our in-house expertise and access to our trained staff to get a professional e-commerce operation up and running quickly. Knowsley’s location, less than 10 miles from the Port of Liverpool, made it the obvious venue for our first pop-up site.”

The event will run on Wednesday 20th September from 4-6pm. It will include tours of the site, opportunities to network with attendees, a talk with Kammac’s senior management and a buffet afternoon tea.

To find out more about Kammac, click here.


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