Innovation and Customer Relations focus drives new client aquisition at Conveyor Networks

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Logistics solutions and software provider Conveyor Networks continues to build on its success in the e-commerce and factory sectors.

The business’s ongoing focus on improving communication with and service to customers has been rewarded with 50% of recent contract wins coming from existing customers. WH Smith, Gameseek and Tate & Lyle have all committed to new projects, incorporating PLC programming and our own warehouse software suite Imio. In particular Imio is developing continuously supporting manual through to fully automated operations.

With the addition of new customers Technicolour and Spicers we continue to provide bespoke systems, solving our customer’s issues cost effectively.

Managing Director David Carroll commented “We recognise that you can always improve. We regularly ask our customers for feedback and have used this to change some of our processes for the better. Many of our strengths come from being a small, flexible company able to react very quickly when needed. We supplement this with an excellent partner network enabling us to provide exactly what our customers need - initially and afterwards with comprehensive support.

We’re delighted that our online customer portal will be ready for beta testing shortly. It was developed in response to some of the feedback we’ve had and will allow us to offer our customers many more options for accessing the latest information about their accounts including case reports, quote requests, spares availability and training tutorials.”

Notes to Editors
Imio is an intelligent warehouse software suite for e-commerce, retail and FMCG. It links virtual host systems (e.g. ERP, WMS) to physical operations and can be used for complete process management (inbound and outbound) or as discreet applications. It is wholly owned and developed by Conveyor Networks.

About Conveyor Networks
Conveyor Networks, based in Lymm, Cheshire was formed in November 2009. The company is run by Managing Director David Carroll, previously Head of UK Sales for international manufacturer Transnorm and Operations Director Geoff Wooding, previously of Lifetime Controls. Conveyor Networks provide fully integrated factory and logistics automation solutions for clients with a view to making them more efficient. Their services include the design and installation of integrated, intelligent automated conveyor systems, provision of spare parts and ongoing service contracts. They are the sole UK distributor agent for Transnorm’s “System range of products.” Clients include WHSmith, HMV and Johnson & Johnson.

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