12 Jul Conveyor Networks post positive half year results
Warehouse automation and software provider Conveyor Networks have seen a 30% year on year increase in sales revenue during the 6 months to 30th June 2017. Order intake has been above target, boosted by new 3PL partnerships and the company’s first steps into the parcel handling sector.
Conveyor Networks have appointed 5 new starters since the beginning of June to provide additional support for the engineering and customer support teams as a busy summer of project delivery continues.
Going forward the bigger team will allow the business to extend the range of support available to customers as retailers continue to focus on maximising productivity to meet consumer expectations.
Conveyor Networks MD, David Carroll commented “These positive half year figures are the result of hard work by all of our teams. Our priority now is to make sure we continue to meet our high standards of project delivery and maintain a sustainable growth pattern.”
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About Conveyor Networks
Conveyor Networks are a UK based systems integrator and solutions provider founded in 2009 by David Carroll and Geoff Wooding. Working from design and build through to servicing and maintenance, the company offers retail and ecommerce businesses of all sizes, best-in-class warehouse software and automation solutions. They engineer their own software called “imio” which is a modular warehouse management system, and can run everything from conveyors and sortation, to packing lines, fully automated processes and carrier integration.