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XPO Logistics and Etex partnership renewed

13 September 2022/Categories: Logistics & Supply Chain, Operations Management


Etex, a building materials manufacturer, has awarded a multi-year contract renewal to XPO Logistics in the UK. The two companies partner directly in France and Spain on international flows and operate a transport control tower in France for Siniat, a division of Etex Building Performance. 

Under the new agreement, XPO will remain a single-source provider for transport and on-site logistics management and will collaborate with Etex to prepare for higher distribution volumes. Etex’s planned significant investment in the Bristol site will increase production and warehousing capacity to support the company’s expansion in the UK market.

Paul Noble, regional operations manager – North Europe, Etex, said, “Our experience with XPO leaves no doubt they are committed to operational excellence. We realise top-tier performance metrics throughout the distribution process, from XPO’s storage and fulfilment management to their transport tracking and safety record. Our customers are the beneficiaries of this partnership.”

Dan Myers, managing director, transport – UK and Ireland, XPO Logistics, said, “The expansion of our partnership with Etex will leverage the substantial value we created together over the first contract phase. I want to thank the Etex and XPO joint operational team for the strong results they have delivered. We look forward to supporting Etex in the next phase of our relationship.”

 

 

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