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Verona relocates its distribution centre to Doncaster

January 2021

Verona has relocated its distribution centre to Doncaster, creating a hub that will service the whole of the UK more efficiently.  Verona, a leading tile distributor who specialises in supplying ceramic, porcelain, and natural stone tiles to national and independent customers from its head office in Leeds, has moved its distribution operation to a new state-of-the-art warehouse facility in Thorne to support the business in distributing stock to customers throughout the UK.

Verona has enjoyed a period of rapid growth over the last five years, outgrowing its current warehouse space.  At 106,000 square feet, the new distribution centre offers fantastic facilities and working conditions for the team, while providing a long-term solution that offers room for further growth, and allows Verona to operate more efficiently and hold additional stock.

Philip George, Operations Manager, said: “As a business we decided to relocate due to an increase in customer demand, and the need to meet future business requirements. Our new distribution centre will allow us to improve on our excellent level of service, and cater for all areas of the UK in the best way possible.”

The business began a phased transition to the new site over the last few months, with the distribution centre now fully operational. Verona’s head office remains at Project House in Leeds.

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