Trojan, the Swansea-based group that provides multichannel etail sales and fulfilment, contract electronic manufacturing (CEM), and asset recovery through refurbishment and recoup, is celebrating its second anniversary of the opening of its Kings Dock facility in Crymlyn Burrows, Swansea.
Established in 2002, the award-winning company boasts 180,000 sq. ft. at its current purpose-built development. The move to the facility in 2015 was part funded by Finance Wales and the Welsh Government.
Trojan has made significant progress during its two years in Crymlyn Burrows including expansion of its service offerings. This has included the initial role out of its internally-developed MIS system, providing enhanced warehouse management and reporting, plus the launch of a new division offering certified B2B data destruction.
The company has also more recently launched its etail ‘Fulfilled by Trojan’ (FBT) service. This service mirrors a similar offering by Amazon, whereby a seller keeps an item in Amazon’s warehouses and lets Amazon ship and pack it. However, Trojan’s service has the advantage of being able to sell items across multiple selling channels without any potential increased costs for this service.
The capabilities enabled through Trojan’s current facility have also assisted the company to win a number of new accounts with leading multinational organisations.
Clive Murphy, managing director of Trojan, said:
“We are really pleased with how we have progressed in our new facility over the past two years. The larger premises have enabled us to consolidate, but also expand our operations. We have substantial foundations from which we can continue to accelerate our growth from strength to strength and we look forward to watching this progress unfold in years to come.”