Warehouse boss not concerned about Christmas

Warehouse boss not concerned about Christmas
Nick Grayston said The Warehouse's restructure programme had paid off. (Image: Supplied)
Rebecca Stevenson
The Warehouse Group has dragged forward orders and reserved shipping containers to ensure it won’t be hampered by supply issues for Christmas, chief executive officer Nick Grayston said.Globally retailers have been sounding alarms as shipping disruptions have led to shortages, with some recommending shoppers buy for Christmas now.But Grayston doesn’t share industry concerns. He said the company had been watching demand spikes internationally and keeping in close contact with its overseas offices and suppliers, and he was confident t...

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