Damco renews contract with Shop Direct

The British online and home shopping retailer Shop Direct has signed a contract with Damco, which will thus continue to handle Shop Direct’s supply chain management.

The A.P. Moeller-Maersk logistics division Damco has extended its contract with Shop Direct, a British online and home shopping retailer that operates in more than 49 different countries and ships more than 25 million packages a year.

“We are delighted that Shop Direct has extended its contract with Damco. As a leading online retailer, the group faces unique challenges in responding to customers’ demands and the supply chain supporting the business must be flexible in delivering these requirements,” says Simon Joslin, CCO of Damco UK & Ireland, in a press release.

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