Categories: Liverpool, News, Peel PortsPublished On: 29.01.2019102 words0.6 min read

B&M, one of the UK’s leading variety retailers, has announced it is increasing its cargo into the Port of Liverpool by 30 per cent following frustrations with delay-struck southern ports.

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After completing a successful trial at the port, the company, which has 600 stores and employs over 28,000 staff across the UK, will now ship 80 per cent of its stock via Liverpool, increasing 30 per cent of the volume on a trial basis.

The move comes amidst ongoing distress in southern ports, with the bargain retailer increasingly frustrated with delays and ongoing inland logistic issues.

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