Creed Foodservice's High Wycombe distribution centre up and running

02 May 2017 by
Creed Foodservice's High Wycombe distribution centre up and running

Creed Foodservice's new distribution centre in High Wycombe, Buckinghamshire is now fully operational following a three-phase transfer process.

The 27,300 sq ft High Wycombe depot, Creed's third, has 15 vehicles delivering approximately 6,000 items a day through 13 routes. Deliveries cover Essex, Kent, Herts, Bedfordshire, London, Bucks, West Sussex, East Sussex, Norfolk and Suffolk and the base will now supply chefs and caterers with products across the frozen, chilled, grocery, fresh produce, meats and non-food categories.

Philip de Ternant, managing director for Creed, commented: "Our new High Wycombe distribution centre is part of continued investment in our growth, and indeed in our service levels to customers on a regional and national basis.

"At this point in time, in excess of 30 people from the local area are employed at the High Wycombe site, all of which have been through our thorough induction and training programmes, ensuring our new and existing customers receive the service that we are renowned for."

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