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Reloc8 launch new Relocrate service

11 February 2010

Reloc8 have signed an exclusive four year deal with Teacrate worth over £250K. This is a strategic move for both parties with Teacrate exclusively supplying Reloc8 with branded crates for their new ‘relocrate’ service. Relocrate forms part of Reloc8’s fully integrated move and moves management services.

Justin Palmer, Director at Reloc8 says "Not only is this an exciting development of our brand, the partnership signifies the optimisation of key supplier relationships where both Reloc8 and clients can benefit through improved efficiency and effectiveness working collaboratively with Teacrate."

Reloc8 chose Teacrate as their preferred supplier primarily due to their ability to supply on a nationwide basis. With their network of nine strategically located and fully stocked depots, Teacrate can respond to local requirements on a next day delivery basis. The quality of Teacrate's products was also key with their comprehensive range of industry specific crates, branded to customer specifications. Other services offered by Teacrate will further support and facilitate the relationship including "Cratelink", Teacrate's online crate management system and 'Bank on Teacrate' their customer loyalty reward programme.

Simon Johns, Sales Director, PHS Teacrate says: "Being selected as strategic crate supplier to Reloc8 is a significant development for us and a reflection of the consistently high levels of service and support that Teacrate provides. Over the course of this four year relationship I am sure that our collaborative working will deliver real value to Reloc8 and their clients particularly via the new 'Relocrate' service."

Reloc8 saw a 22% sales growth in the last financial year reinforcing the importance and value clients place on Reloc8’s integrated workspace services model.

Reloc8 continues to develop it’s unique integrated workspace service model, through the quality of it’s people and ability to work in true partnership with clients for long term mutual benefit. The services operate at tactical level as well as strategically across nationwide estates.


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