Arcadia announced over the summer that Topman was already being fulfilled from the new Daventry distribution centre, with plans to make Topshop live from the site in early 2020
Earlier this year, Arcadia opened a new automated warehouse in Daventry, Northamptonshire, dedicated to handling orders for Topshop , Topman and Evans, which was previously managed from the groups Milton Keynes warehouse.
Arcadia’s chief fashion group executive, Ian Grabiner, is set to be managing projects to untangle shared functions across the business, which owns other fashion retailers such as Burton, Dorothy Perkins, Evans and Miss Selfridge.
In June, it was reported that 75% of Arcadia’s creditos approved its seven CVA’s, resulting in over 45 store closures ad rent cuts on just under 200 stores.
Retail Sector contacted Arcadia for a comment.