TK Maxx restarts online trading with ‘significant’ safety measures


Discount variety retailer TK Maxx has relaunched its online business more than two weeks after it stopped taking orders having made “significant changes” to operate safely.

TK Maxx said it was “delighted to be taking new orders again” online, but stressed it was focused on “three key areas” to safeguard staff safety by providing personal protective equipment, implementing social distancing and enhanced cleaning and sanitisation of its facilities and equipment.

The retailer said it had also adopted contactless deliveries to protect drivers and customers in conjunction with partner Hermes.

It has placed daily order limits on customers, as the safety measures in place mean its warehouses are operating with reduced staff and capacity.

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