House of Fraser re-opens two distribution centers

March 22, 2019 0 By HearthstoneYarns

Troubled department store House of Fraser has seen two of its distribution
centres re-open following customer order cancelations after disagreements
with the company’s logistics provider.

According to Drapers Hof’s Milton Keynes and Wellingborough sites are
operating again after a preliminary resolution with XPO Logistics, the
company which owns and operates the warehouses.

Earlier this week The Times reported new owner Mike Ashley turned up in
person to hold crisis talks with the company after his
company Sports Direct bought House of Fraser out of administration two
weeks ago.

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City AM stated XPO Logistics has been left at least “30 million pounds out
of pocket by the collapse of House of Fraser. It has also emerged this week
that 627 jobs at the warehouses are at risk after staff were put on
consultation last week.”

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The collapse of House of Fraser has affected a plethora of business,
including luxury handbag maker Mulberry whose share value plunged 30
percent after it said it was setting aside 3 million pounds to cover the
cost of House of Fraser’s troubles.

It is not clear how many customers will receive their orders and how many
have been cancelled. To date the House of Fraser website remains offline
with its e-commerce channels disabled.

Photo House of Fraser website