Log in or Register for enhanced features | Forgotten Password?
White Papers | Suppliers | Events | Report Store | Companies | Dining Club | Videos

Supply Chain
Return to: LBR Home | Supply Chain

Clipper Logistics wins five-year extension contract from SuperGroup

PKBR Staff Writer Published 06 December 2017

UK-based logistics solutions provider Clipper Logistics has expanded its contract with fashion Superdry label owner SuperGroup.

The retail and high-value logistics specialist has been serving Superdry since last five years.

As part of a five-year extension contract, Clipper will continue to offer warehousing, store delivery, e-fulfilment and returns management services.

Clippet will also provide other value-added services up to September 2023.

Clipper offers warehousing, distribution and associated services, as well as e-fulfilment and associated services such as returns management for the retail sector.

Superdry logistics head Gordon Knox said: “For the last five years Clipper has worked closely with the team at Superdry to provide a first-class service to our iconic and dynamic business, maximising service delivery at optimum cost.

Clipper executive chairman Steve Parkin said: “Superdry is a world-leading brand that we are proud to support, and our innovative approach to development of solutions for dynamic retailers makes us the “go-to” provider of logistics services.”

In November, the company also expanded its contract with women’s fashion brand Mint Velvet.

Clipper’s partnership with Mint Velvet has entered into the tenth year and will continue to serve from its Milton Keynes facility.

Clipper’s integrated solution is said to incorporate store replenishment, Click & Collect, global e-commerce support, wholesale supply and returns.

In May this year, Clipper acquired Tesam Distribution, which offers a variety of warehousing and distribution services to the retail sector.

Image: Clipper Logistics has expanded its partnership with fashion retailer SuperGroup. Photo: courtesy of Clipper Logistics plc.