K + N to implement European Aftermarket Logistics strategy for Jaguar Land Rover
Jun 14, 2017: Luxury car manufacturer Jaguar Land Rover has appointed Kuehne + Nagel to manage three warehouses in France, Spain and Italy serving Continental Europe. The new contract also includes transport management control tower function and customer contact centres for Jaguar Land Rover retailers for the region.
The European Aftermarket is of very high importance. Jaguar Land Rover has consolidated its supply chain into a robust logistics setup with innovative processes, including an upgraded Warehouse Management System (WMS). This supply chain will support over 400 Jaguar Land Rover retailers across Continental Europe.
Dominic Edmonds, senior vice president Contract Logistics Western Europe for Kuehne + Nagel says, “This new business is of very high importance to Kuehne + Nagel, both from a regional and global perspective as it enables us to partner with Jaguar Land Rover and to enlarge our footprint in one of our core focus services Spare Parts Logistics. We are truly looking forward to supporting Jaguar Land Rover in this supply chain transformation. We understand Jaguar Land Rover's selection of Kuehne + Nagel as a demonstration of confidence in delivery of a dependable, personalized and highly professional technical solution together with a comprehensive implementation and transition plan.”
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