XPO Logistics, a leading global provider of supply chain solutions, has renewed its multi-year contract with EIZO Limited, one of the UK’s fastest-growing monitor brands. The company distributes high-quality monitors and display solutions manufactured by EIZO, a global visual technology specialist.
XPO operates a distribution site for EIZO in Wellingborough, Northamptonshire, and has twice expanded capacity in the last 12 months to accommodate greater demand. In addition to managing warehousing, inventory and fulfilment, XPO provides carrier management services tailored to the shipping requirements for special handling.
EIZO’s monitors and displays are used in the healthcare, graphic design, video production and air traffic control industries, as well as image processing, surveillance and corporate environments. XPO is currently developing a custom supply chain solution to support EIZO’s expansion within the field-based engineering market.
Alison Bunn, CFO, EIZO Limited, said, “XPO Logistics is not just another supplier to us. They are a true partner who cares about the quality of service delivered. XPO gives us the confidence that every order shipped will be treated with the utmost care and attention, delivering an excellent service. They have provided flexibility when growth exceeded our expectations and had the capacity to meet our requirements. XPO has certainly played a part in the success of our business to date.”
“The sophistication of EIZO’s products requires special packaging and handling to ensure a superior end-customer experience,” said Gavin Williams, XPO’s managing director, supply chain – UK and Ireland. “The strong collaboration between our two companies ensures high productivity and consistent results, with seasonal flexibility to control costs. It’s exciting to build on this long-term relationship and support our customer’s growth.”
In 2020, EIZO donated rent-free warehouse space at Wellingborough to the Scrubs Glorious Scrubs campaign initiated by apparel designer Lynda Yong in response to the pandemic. XPO worked with EIZO to equip the area with machinery and supplies used to produce non-surgical medical gowns for National Health Service workers, their patients and families.