Third party logistics provider Kammac talks about its significant growth over the past four decades and what it can now offer to clients.
2023 was an exciting year for third party logistics provider Kammac, with its acquisition by the multinational Elanders Group. Becoming part of a global group of companies, on four different continents, prompted the team to consider carefully what Kammac was going to be in 2024 and define its values as a business.
“Kammac is committed to finding answers to its clients’ problems,” explained Ged Carabini, chief operating officer. “From the warehouse floor to the executive level, our organisation encourages employees to proactively seek solutions, so that when challenges arise, we can approach clients with a response to any problem.”
Kammac’s support is built on a team of over 500 people, operating across 15 UK sites and 4.2m square feet of space, handling more than 25m case picks per year.
“From contract packing and assembly, across bonded and unbonded warehouses, to order fulfilment and nationwide transportation, our team delivers the service and fast decision-making that clients demand,” added Ged.
This collaborative approach has driven significant growth since the business’ formation in the 1980s, as recognised by its inclusion in The Times Hundred Fastest Growing Companies for both 2021 and 2022.
“Kammac fosters a culture of openness and honesty, both within the team and in our interactions with customers,” said Ged. “Being responsible for what you do is encouraged at all levels; the team takes pride in what it does and stands by it. From customer interactions to business development and internal expectations, Kammac is not just another third-party logistics provider. It exceeds expectations, works more dynamically and provides more value, which is what Kammac customers have come to expect.”