Apec Braking move to new Distribution Centre

Published:  25 February, 2019

Increased demand and expanding range of part numbers has seen Apec Braking move to a bigger, brand new Distribution Centre near Filton, Bristol.

The new facility has 160,000 sq.ft. of stock storage space, growing capacity from 5,000 pallet spaces at their former site to 18,250 at the new Centre. The latest computerised stock picking technology achieves the highest levels of efficiency and ‘right first time’ accuracy. Stocks speed directly from shelves to delivery trucks at 12 dock-level loading bays.

Apec Braking General Manager Steve Fisher said: “Our new Distribution Centre ensures the trade will benefit from our best ever availability and service, across the range. It can also accommodate the new products and part numbers we will regularly introduce in 2019 and beyond, offering even more products with quality and service you can trust.”

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