ProPrint Group expands with the addition of 3rd Wellingborough site...
ProPrint Group are delighted to announce the opening of a new site close to the existing two business premises. Over the last year or so, the ProPrint Group team has grown and expanded the services offered to customers across the UK. The new 33,000 sqft office and warehouse will be a customer service hub and provide additional storage for stock materials. ProPrint Group now occupies a total 78,000 sqft across 3 sites.
Customer Service Excellence...
Since earlier this year, ProPrint Group have acted to mitigate the Brexit impact and consequent demand pressures for material. The ProPrint Group customer service team will continue to focus on high standards of communication with customers. Excellent customer communication enables the team to plan and forecast as far in advance as possible, obtaining materials for customers at the earliest opportunity.
Two large modern boardrooms at the new site will welcome existing and new ProPrint Group customers for updates, press passes and training. The business has also employed a new, highly experienced transport manager to support continued expansion and work to streamline the supply chain. Accordingly, strengthened courier management will closely monitor all deliveries to maintain the excellent lead-times, next-day and same-day services ProPrint Group customers rely on.
Efficient Stock Control...
Alongside customer service, the business will use the site for material stock management. Moreover, a new bespoke IT stock management system means staff can easily and efficiently access printed label or material stocks.
As a result, the investment in IT infrastructure will support increased productivity and flexibility for customer requirements.
Some key features of this new system include:
- All stock fully managed using barcode scanning - removing manual or time consuming tasks.
- The new stock system is now accessible “on the go” via phone and tablet.
- Centralisation and organisation of more complex specification data, thereby streamlining stock-picking as well as data entry processes.
- James Denny.