FMCG

Complete flexibility for your fast moving consumer supply chain

At XPO Logistics, we understand the need for a supply chain partner to be responsive, flexible, cost effective, and highly proactive, with the ability to service high volumes during seasonal peaks and promotional activity. Representing the grocery and non-food elements of the FMCG supply chain, we have experience of handling a diverse product range; from tea to toilet rolls, peas to cereals and soap powder to chips and can offer a complete range of services to the FMCG sector.

Whether you need multi-user warehousing or state-of-the-art fully automated dedicated facilities, dedicated transport solutions or full integration of complete supply chains, our knowledge, expertise and network enable us to deliver sustainable change and add competitive advantage to your market offering. XPO Logistics offers a complete range of services to the FMCG sector including: 

 

FMCG: Transport & Distribution
  • Inbound transport (materials, packaging and pallets from suppliers to production)
  • Inter-site (finished goods from production to distribution warehouse)
  • Domestic distribution (full truck load, part load and manufacturer collaboration)
  • European distribution (full truck load, part load and pallet)
  • Export - short and deep sea (LCL and FCL)

 

Specialist warehousing services for the FMCG sector
  • Operation of NDC, RDC and buffer-stock warehouses
  • Dedicated and multi-user facilities; racked, high-bay, automation (design, build, operate and retro-fit)
  • Co-packing, re-work and product customisation

 

On-site manufacturing logistics
  • Materials store and inventory management
  • Production line feed (materials) and clearance (finished product)
  • Operation of manufacturing warehouses
  • Facilities, MHE and pallet management

 

Our XPO Logistics FMCG transport and logistics experts challenge for continuous improvement and adapt solutions to meet fluctuations in material sourcing, production processes and seasonal demand. On-site contract managers and depot-based colleagues strive to improve service whilst optimising costs.