Marks & Spencer has renewed its contract with Norbert Dentressangle for a further five years.
The existing contract covers general merchandise regional distribution centres in Neasden, Thorncliffe (Sheffield), Stoke and Warrington.
The new deal extends the scope of the relationship to M&S’s 1.1 million sq ft Bradford distribution centre, and includes the delivery of a major automation project at the site, along with the management of the existing ambient food operation at the site.
Norbert Dentressangle took over the management of the ambient food operation at Bradford in August this year.
Over the next two years, the company will also project manage the design and installation of an automated system for the storage and handling of boxed general merchandise product for distribution to Marks & Spencer stores nationwide and will be responsible for running the facility when it becomes operational in 2016.