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NG2: NG2 builds largest automated logistics centre in the Eastern European footwear industry with TGW

 
 
 

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NG2 BUILDS LARGEST AUTOMATED LOGISTICS CENTRE IN THE EASTERN EUROPEAN FOOTWEAR INDUSTRY WITH TGW
To enable further growth and to enhance its logistics processes NG2 Group invests in a new distribution centre. The company decided to follow the trend set by many shoe retailers around the world. Taking advantage of their previous experience NG2 is even a step ahead of most competitors.

RAPIDLY CHANGING REQUIREMENTS OF FOOTWEAR AND THE GARMENT INDUSTRY TAKE MANUAL DISTRIBUTION CENTRES TO THEIR LIMITS
Both the footwear and the garment industry are fast growing parts of the economy. To react to the rapidly changing trends and fashions is one of the most important market requirements that the footwear industry has to face. Another challenge is to frequently supply stores with the latest products. In order not to lose a customer, orders have to be fulfilled quickly and dynamically. Today’s distribution centres of large retailers supply hundreds of stores on a daily basis shipping millions of pairs of shoes a week. Traditional manual distribution centres are no longer able to efficiently handle such quantities of goods quickly and effectively.

NG2 Group is the leading Polish footwear retailer and one of its biggest shoe producers in Poland. Currently the NG2 Group has a network of 708 stores, including stores of famous brands such as CCC, Boti and Quazi. NG2’s estimated market share in the Polish footwear retail is around 10 percent. Statistically Polish citizens buy 3.5 pairs of shoes per capita and year. This compares to the 5 pairs of shoes bought by an average Western European per year, illustrating the potential for growth in the Polish market.

 

 





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