Wren Kitchens has expanded its logistical operations to the south-west of England by opening another transport hub to cater for increasing customer demand.
The retailer reportedly delivers over 2,000 kitchens weekly with 99.2% of deliveries making it on time and in full condition to customers.
The company at present, has a fleet of 140 lorries and seven transport hubs across the country with the new depot located in Avonmouth, Bristol.
The new hub is said to be strategically located near major motorway networks such as the M5.
The construction of the site has created over 30 local jobs such as drivers, porters, supervisors and office staff.
Lee Holmes, Wren Kitchens transport and logistics director, said: “We’re proud of our award-winning delivery service and we’re always looking at ways to further advance our operations with our customers at the heart of everything we do.
“Positioned at Avonmouth means we are centrally located in the South West, as we continue to enhance our logistical presence across the length and breadth of the county. We are also proactively positioning ourselves for the future as we aim to support the capacity of electric lorries and ultra-low emission zones.”