Domino’s Pizza was experiencing sales growth in both the Netherlands and Belgium, and its existing distribution center was unable to expand to accommodate the growth the business was enjoying.
To meet these expansion demands, Domino’s Pizza needed a new distribution center that was able to handle its increasing volume. Due to the nature of Domino’s business, there are three ‘climates’ in its distribution centers: freezer unit; cold storage; and dry storage. High picking frequencies needed to be achieved during peak hours. Domino’s has a large variety of products, including heavy (dough and sauces), light (spices), fresh (vegetables), dry (clothing, gadgets) and volume (pizza boxes), which all must be order-picked and distributed from the distribution centers.
As part of its project planning to relocate its distribution centre to Gorinchem, Domino’s chose to partner with Dexion, due to its ability to interpret their requirements and offer enhancements to the project plan.
By partnering with Dexion, the new distribution centre was supplied with an extremely effective solution that allowed Domino’s to efficiently handle its order-picking process within its challenging business requirements.
Partnering with Dexion on this project was a huge step forward for Domino’s. Dexion provided its expertise, which enabled the pizza giant to implement an extremely efficient new distribution center.
About Domino’s Pizza:
Domino’s Pizza is one of the world’s leading pizza delivery companies. Its passion for hot, tasty, freshly made pizza has earned Domino’s a loyal fan base of pizza lovers across the globe.