Supply chain logistics can be complex. But at Fullers, we pride ourselves on making the complex simple. Our supply chain models are made to support our supplier and retailer partners, ensuring we can always deliver the right products, at the right times.
Delivering millions of products
Our team works tirelessly to store, consolidate and move products. They’re skilled in demand planning and forecasting to ensure that our partners and customers have the products they need, when they need them.
It’s this dedication and proficiency that helped us to ship 35 million cases of products, across multiple temperature bands, to our retail partners in the last 12 months.
Built for complex supply chains
Our processes and models have been built to handle anything. So when complex situations arise, we’re able to weather the storm and keep our retail partners in stock.
We pride ourselves on our ability to ensure products are always available for our customers and their shoppers. And whether it’s extreme winter weather, Brexit, or the Covid-19 pandemic, we’ve always kept our retail partners in stock with core commodity food products. In fact, we were awarded as one of the best inbound suppliers during the pandemic, thanks to our ability to respond quickly to unexpected changes in demand.
Local business, global solutions
Community is at the core of what we do, meaning we’ve built long relationships with many of our suppliers and partners. We’ve been working with a family-owned, UK-based repack house for over 40 years, meaning we can quickly and easily provide solutions to all kinds of retailer problems.
From repacking a container of asparagus from China into retail packaging, to packing croissants freshly delivered from France into retail bags for customers to bake at home from frozen, our local operations ensure our global operations run smoothly.
The way we source products is really important to us, to ensure we maintain the same level of supply for our retail partners all year round. That’s why we’ve developed models that tackle common challenges like climate change and rising costs head-on, for consistently high-quality products.Explore Service