Revolution Beauty grants DHL Supply Chain new five-year contract

Revolution Beauty has awarded DHL Supply Chain a new five-year B2C contract.

The appointment will see DHL scale up its existing robotics and automated solutions to manage the ecommerce fulfilment of UK and international orders for the beauty brand.

DHL’s innovative technology solution using Six Rivers Systems’ pick assisted robotics will support Revolution Beauty’s global growth and enhance the consumer experience with improved lead times globally.

The new solution will also help support both Revolution Beauty and DHL’s sustainability goals by streamlining packaging and void fill requirements.

“We are extremely excited to be partnering with DHL Supply Chain for our ecommerce fulfilment. DHL’s world class reputation in supply chain excellence is a perfect fit for our rapid growth,” Revolution Beauty global operations director Jon Yates said.

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“The automated solution, along with the DHL team themselves, were key factors in our decision making for our next ecommerce fulfilment contract, as we continue to strive to exceed our customers’ expectations”.

DHL ecommerce development director Tia Wallace added: “Revolution Beauty is an exciting beauty brand in the UK, with an impressive track record of growth over the past few years. We’re excited to be joining forces to support the company’s next phase of its global growth strategy and help achieve its long-term goals.”

“We are confident that we have the tools and capabilities to not only enhance Revolution Beauty’s operations but also improve sustainability alongside the overall experience for its customers.”

Revolution Beauty has recently seen a significant profit boost, reporting a record Q4 in its full-year results, with sales rising as a balanced omnichannel model saw digital sales going “through the roof”.

The business recorded a 42% surge in revenue year on year to £194m. Total earnings were also up 73% from last year, at £22m.

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