Third Quarter Successes for Gideon Hillman Consulting in 2018

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The Specialist UK Logistics, Supply Chain and Warehouse team, at Gideon Hillman Consulting, are proud to announce their significant achievements of 2018, over the past 9 months.

Calling once again upon the wide range of specialist skills, unique to the highly experienced and qualified consultants, including: distribution strategy review and development, warehouse improvement projects, and new warehouse design and build across a range of sectors; the Specialist Logistics and Supply Chain team at Gideon Hillman Consulting have successfully completed many more projects for new clients.

Working with a diverse mixture of industry sectors including: Retail, FMCG, Ecommerce, Manufacturing, and Fashion and Retail; 2018 has seen GH awarded projects from prestigious name clients, from: Boughey Distribution, Diageo, Hallmark Consumer Services, Immediate Media Company, and Lorien Engineering; to Quorn Foods, Refresco, Victoria & Albert Museum, and Zorbas & Sons Bakery.

Experiencing such a successful initial three quarters of the year, it is therefore no surprise, that the GH team of Consultants will continue to dedicatedly carry out more consultancy project work for a selection of their existing clients.

Gideon Hillman Consulting is one of, if not the UK’s Leading, Supply Chain and Logistics Consultancy, servicing its clients throughout the UK and Europe; read our Customer Case Studies to find out more about the services offered by Gideon Hillman Consulting UK and how we can support your business.

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