Contra Vision invests in European Warehouse Expansion

Contra Vision invests in European Warehouse Expansion
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Date: 18 September 2019

Facing an unknown and potentially challenging future post-Brexit and a steadily increasing growth in its distribution network and direct customers on mainland Europe, Contra Vision has invested in a new warehousing facility in Edam, Netherlands.

The warehouse is ideally located near to logistics hubs, allowing Contra Vision to service its Continental European customer base with improved delivery times.

The first orders were processed by the Yusen team on 15 July and Contra Vision's customers in Europe are already taking advantage of faster processing and turn-round times for their orders. Contra Vision is currently storing approximately 1200 rolls of its unrivalled range of Contra Vision Perforated Window film and ancillary products in Edam and this will be increasing over the next few months. However, UK-based clients have not been forgotten and the Trafford Park Warehouse in Manchester will continue to serve Contra Vision customers with their media requirements.

Martin van Golen, Contra Vision's European Sales Manager, says "My European customers are confident in receiving an uninterrupted and faster delivery service post-Brexit with this additional warehousing facility alongside the quality, range and reliability of the Contra Vision range of Perforated Window Film."

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