June 20, 2023
To support its growth in Europe, ARMOR Print Solutions has announced the expansion of its Moroccan logistics platform, which now covers more than one hectare.
To support its growth in Europe, this spring ARMOR Print Solutions invested in the extension of its Moroccan logistics centre dedicated to the storage of components and empty cartridges, as well as the personalisation and storage of remanufactured cartridges, rising from 1,500 m2 in 2010 to almost 11,500 m2 in 2023. This space will be added to the 2,100 m2 of the Polish warehouse and the 3,600 m2 of the French warehouse located in Nantes.
In addition, thanks to the construction of new docks at the Moroccan site, several orders can now be loaded simultaneously, the company added.
“At ARMOR Print Solutions, we are implementing intelligent logistics management that takes into account the specific characteristics of each of our logistics platforms located in France, Poland and Morocco. The recent logistical improvements we have made to our industrial sites in Morocco are of direct benefit to our customers. The inauguration of new warehouses now enables us to store more than 12,000 pallets, ensuring better product availability,” commented Philippe Alanou, Supply Chain Manager at ARMOR Print Solutions.
In addition to opening the new warehouses, the teams are now using the same ERP (Enterprise Resource Planning) system on all logistics platforms. In addition, ARMOR Print Solutions is considering partnerships with various European players to open additional logistics centres in Europe in response to customer demand.
ARMOR Print Solutions has already signed a number of agreements, notably in the Netherlands, enabling it to respond to requests from the DACH region (Germany, Austria, Switzerland) within very tight deadlines. Lastly, all three sites offer a customisation service under the distributor’s brand name.
“With almost 30,000 cartridges now shipped cross-Europe every week, our perfectly mastered logistics model can be replicated and deployed very quickly, enabling us, if necessary, to cope with a rapid and significant increase in demand,” concluded Alanou.
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