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    FMCG distributor joins Confex Ltd

    Hertfordshire-based maker and distributor of personal care products Luxurious Personal Care (LPC) Ltd has joined wholesale buying group Confex Ltd.

    Announcing the news on social media, Confex Ltd stated that LPC is UK’s leading independent fast moving consumer goods (FMCG) distributor. 

    “Their 23,000 sq ft warehouse situated in Biggleswade accommodates up to 3,000 pallets, ensuring efficient storage and distribution. What sets them apart is their unwavering dedication to exceptional customer service, an extensive product range and competitive pricing.
     
    “Established in 2019, LPC has been on a remarkable journey of year-on-year growth since day one of their operations.
     
    “Excitingly, they have great plans to expand their product portfolio by partnering with Confex and collaborating with a diverse range of suppliers who can augment the value of their current offerings. This strategic step will help them provide even more comprehensive solutions to their valued customers,” Confex Ltd. stated on Monday (13).

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