Clipper Logistics adds new distribution center to the network for client Halfords

| October 9, 2018

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Clipper Logistics has extended its supply chain management partnership with retailer Halfords, making available an additional 196,000sq ft warehouse. The full-racked facility center at Crick in Northamptonshire, located close to the existing Clipper/Halfords 325,000sq ft Daventry DC. Clipper is providing Halfords with goods-in, receipting, storage, pick & load and a number of other services to support its 470 stores nationwide as well as the retailer’s e-commerce channels.

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