Warehouse and logistics expert, CML, has won new contracts with fashion brand, LOST INK and footwear brand, Butterfly Twists.
With a wealth of knowledge and experience in the retail industry, Leicestershire-based CML will be providing LOST INK with storage, order fulfilment and returns management, as well as a fully integrated Warehouse Management System (WMS).
To ensure that high volumes of orders can be picked quickly and accurately, Butterfly Twists will be utilising CML’s 60,000 sq ft e-commerce ‘pick-tower’, a one million pound investment made by CML in 2017.
Tilmann Roth, LOST INK Co-Founder and Managing Director, said: “We are delighted to have entered into a partnership with CML. Their extensive background of working with UK retailers in the fashion industry will enable us to build upon our current success of delivering the latest fashion trends at affordable prices.”
Butterfly Twists Co-Founder and COO, Mark Quaradeghini, said: “It’s important for us to stay up to date with trends, materials and technologies in our latest designs and we are confident that CML will support our continued business growth, particularly in our e-commerce business.”
Kerry Delaney, Commercial Director at CML believes these new relationships will prove beneficial for years to come, as she explains: “CML is very proud and excited to be providing both LOST INK and Butterfly Twists with logistics and fulfilment services. Both brands are rapidly expand ing and CML intends to support this growth now and in the future with continued investment in systems, people and processes. It’s great to add two new fast growing brands to our existing portfolio of fashion retailers.”
Mark Webb, CML’s Managing Director, added: “CML has made significant investment in our sales and marketing strategy to become a leading provider of e-commerce and multi-channel logistics solutions. Our teams are constantly looking for new systems innovation to make our service offering more competitive and these latest contract wins are proof of the progress the company is making.”