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Aggregate Industries changes logistics model for concrete products business

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Part of an ongoing commitment to providing the best possible customer experience, Aggregate Industries has changed the logistics model for its concrete products business.

The new model offers improved delivery performance and increased flexibility to make life easier for the customer. This is done by using multiple logistics partners.

As part of the change, Wincanton has been appointed as the primary logistics partner across a majority of Aggregate Industries locations, due to its experience and reputation with the construction industry, as well as its established partnership with Aggregate Industries’ cement and ready-mixed concrete businesses.

“We are always striving to provide excellent customer service, as well as great quality products and solutions,” said Shaun Elliott, Head of Logistics for Concrete Products at Aggregate Industries. “To help us achieve this, we regularly review our operations, suppliers, and partners and explore new ways to improve our customers’ experience with us and make things easier for them.
“All of our logistics partners, including Wincanton, bring with them vast experience in the construction industry and our customers will see the benefit.”

“Our existing relationship with Aggregate Industries has enabled us to demonstrate our commitment to service excellence,” said Chris Fenton, Managing Director of Industrial and Transport at Wincanton. “Our track record for delivering an efficient and sustainable specialist vehicle network, and our best in class health and safety record, were all factors in securing this contract.”

Read the article online at: https://www.worldcement.com/europe-cis/13032019/aggregate-industries-changes-logistics-model-for-concrete-products-business/

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