Law Distribution relies on LocateIT WMS to help with management of Wet Bond goods for HMRC

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Law Distribution is using the advanced reporting techniques available from LocateIT WMS to help with the stringent management of Wet Bond goods for HMRC.

Strategically based between Manchester and Liverpool, Law offer third party logistics solutions complimented with added value services such as the e-fulfilment, re-processing, labelling and complex yet precise order picking.

As a fully compliant Wet Bond facility Law are no stranger to meticulous standards, offering only the best facilities and top class reporting that continue to meet HMRC's exacting requirements.

From the moment the goods enter the warehouse Law use the monitoring tools within LocateIT to keep track of BBE data, batch and the ABV measures for each beverage.  Utilising Clydebuilt Business Solutions Ltd RF scanning solution, all warehouse transactions are carried out by Law, quickly and effectively. When an order is placed for goods to go to a non-bonded environment, the product is picked for delivery and subsequently released from bond.

We all know how important it is to keep the tax man happy, as a result of this transaction, all associated paperwork is created automatically, including the daily W5's and W5D's and monthly W1. The whole service provided by Law is a working solution that not only delights the customer, but also provides the meticulous detail required by HMRC along with complete track and trace.

It is an exciting time for Law Distribution; they are acquiring new customers to fulfil their strategic plans for growth over the next two years. Customers attracted by first class Management, excellent facilities and leading edge systems.  Clydebuilt Business Solutions Ltd is happy to be part of this success, and together both companies are already working on further enhancements in order to keep Law at the technological forefront of the logistics industry.

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