bull flag targeting me previous c158p shout - could be last chance to buy at c117, if seen ...
Wed, 4th Dec 2013 07:00 RNS Number : 6150U Wincanton PLC 04 December 2013 Press release 4 December 2013 Wincanton PLC ('Wincanton' or the 'Group') WINCANTON CHOSEN AS UK SUPPLY CHAIN PROVIDER FOR WILLIAMS-SONOMA, INC. Wincanton awarded multichannel contract for warehousing, store delivery and furniture home delivery services by U.S. specialty retailer Wincanton has been chosen by Williams-Sonoma, Inc., the American specialty retailer of high-quality products for the home, to be a supply chain partner for the company's debut into the UK market. The retailer, which operates 590 stores in the US, Canada and Australia, will open its first European store on Tottenham Court Road in London this month under its West Elm brand. Wincanton will provide warehousing facilities at its site in West Thurrock, Essex and will also deliver products, including furniture and accessories, to the West Elm London store. In addition, Williams-Sonoma, Inc. will use Wincanton's award-winning white-glove, two-man furniture home delivery and assembly service on a UK-wide basis. "It's important as we expand internationally to continue to offer the high level of customer service that our brands are known for," said Dean Miller, Williams-Sonoma, Inc.'s Chief Supply Chain Officer. "For our UK launch we need a supply chain partner that shares our values and can be trusted to deliver operational excellence." Commenting on the announcement, Wincanton CEO Eric Born said: "We are very proud to be selected as Williams-Sonoma, Inc.'s supply chain partner and look forward to supporting the company's growth in the UK." He added: "This announcement underlines our leadership in the UK retail sector for supporting successful retailers in their multichannel growth ambitions." Ends.
28 Nov '13
Any news coming?
27 Nov '13
and upwards mes amis ;)
26 Nov '13
Do you suppose that if I had a quiet word with the MMs they would lower the price so that I could buy more shares (not quite 6m of course) then put it back up again so I could make an instant profit? As Barney Curley, the Newmarket horse trainer once said, 'I know horse racing's bent but I'd rather bet on that than the stock market'.
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