MicroCare Celebrates Grand Opening of New Warehouse and Distribution Centre


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MicroCare, a leading global manufacturer and distributor of critical cleaning, lubricating and disinfecting products, recently announced the opening of a new warehouse and distribution centre in Leeds, West Yorkshire, England. The new location will improve service and support of MicroCare distributors and end-users throughout Great Britain, Europe and Africa. MicroCare also has two logistics centres in the United States and one in Singapore.

The new centre spans 790 square metres and now serves as the primary shipping facility within the U.K. for MicroCare, MicroCare Medical and Sticklers cleaning fluids and tools. The new facility will provide access to thousands of SKUs, as well as product staging, kitting, and packing capabilities. It will also serve as the MicroCare U.K. Ltd. office headquarters.

“The new distribution centre represents the MicroCare commitment to best support our customers throughout the region,” says Scott Wells, MicroCare European General Manager. “It was a massive undertaking since the new facility required full renovation and modernisation to make it functional. However, expanding our logistics capabilities in the U.K. streamlines our processes to provide our customers with quicker response and faster shipping times. It also positions us for sustained growth as our customers’ critical cleaning demands continue to evolve."

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