fulfilmentcrowd targets £12million turnover

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by Stephen Chapman

Lancashire ecommerce logistics company, fulfilmentcrowd is forecasting a 58% growth in revenue this year, with turnover set to hit £12m.

The Chorley firm has undergone expansion over the last year, adding to its distribution centres in Europe and North America. This includes a chilled logistics operation in Marton Fold, aimed at UK-based ecommerce start-ups and SMEs in the food, drink, health and beauty sectors.

“We have seen extraordinary levels of demand for our solution over the last 12 months, as businesses look to adapt their core models towards eCommerce offerings. Our technology platform has been crucial in enabling us to satisfy this demand, with continual investment made in research and development to ensure we provide the highest level of fulfilment to our customers,” said Vanessa Ashworth, Chief Marketing Officer at fulfilmentcrowd.

“As businesses continue to digitise operations, we expect this growth to accelerate over the coming months, especially with our growing international network of warehouses and the launch of specialist services like chilled fulfilment.”

fulfilmentcrowd says it’s investing £1.5m a year into the research and development of its proprietary cloud-based software platform. Powered by artificial intelligence, the platform has been built to provide clients with instant marketplace integration, automated order processing and live order tracking.

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