Clarks Cycle Systems’ New Distribution Centre for Deliveries in 24 Hours
HINCKLEY, UK – 2020 looks set to be a year of expansion for Clarks Cycle Systems. The company is investing half a million British pounds (550,000 euro) in a new distribution centre that makes it possible to turn around orders in deliveries within 24 hours.
As a trade focused company Clarks Cycle Systems is always looking for service improvements for its customers. Next to speed-up deliveries its brand new UK distribution centre based at their headquarters, will provide customers with better accessibility to a wider range of stocked product. In addition, a new showroom is being built that will provide key customers with a great opportunity to see the entire range of Clarks product in a specialised environment.
New markets, new investment
In line with their recent strategy to accelerate OEM sales, Clarks have put together a new OEM sales team in Taiwan and China; they have been delivering products and offering support to over 30 factories across Asia on a weekly basis.
OEM product range
Expansion of the OEM product range has seen significant increases in sales, helping the company to expand its customer base in countries such as the Philippines and India. Distributors in these countries have been successfully supporting OEM sales as well as aftermarket products and components.
Success across Asia has been mirrored by expansion into markets in the America’s. This has led to a new warehouse and distribution centre being put in place which will further support sales and improve service.
Launching new ranges at Eurobike
Always looking to respond to trends in the market place Clarks will be launching new ranges of product at this year’s Eurobike show (booth B1-209). Key new products are the M4, a 4 piston hydraulic brake; a two piston flat mount mechanical brake, the CMD-22; the CMD-23, which complements an already comprehensive range of mechanical disc brakes and a new range of V-brake calipers and levers.
A specialist manufacturer of workshop, service and brake parts, Clarks will be adding several new ranges of coloured fixed and floating rotors to their catalogue as well as a set of work shop tools and service equipment. More at www.clarks.bike