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Inventory Relief Programme Launched

Today we launched an inventory relief programme to help its general merchandise customers tackle the slowdown in demand by supporting storage solutions at source to alleviate time and stock pressures in the supply chain.

Knowing that organisations are currently facing on-going disruption to their global supply chains, we are offering new and existing businesses free storage, whilst space is available, in all our China warehouses for up-to four weeks.

Daniel Gill, Group CCO, explains; “Our global team are working tirelessly to support our customers to keep their goods moving. However, we know that as factories in China have hit near normal production levels in the past few weeks, organisations are facing the difficult decision to cancel or still ship goods as consumer demand falls due to Covid-19.

That’s why from today, for 4 weeks, we are offering free storage across our warehouse network in China. By taking advantage of our program organisations will be able to gain greater control of their inventory whilst easing the pain of unplanned costs.”

Benefits to storing stock at origin with Ligentia includes:

  • Greater control of inventory
  •  Real time visibility down to SKU level
  •  Inventory control solutions
  •  Reduced pressure on store operations and distribution networks
  •  Ship what you need when you need it without  the constraints of MOQ’s
  •  24/7 accessible technology platform – Ligentix
  • Dedicated point of contact

For more information on how to take advantage of the free storage available in China, please email your enquiry to hello@ligentia.com

 

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