Sainsbury’s puts 3,000 roles into consultation in supply chain shake-up

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Sainsbury’s will put 3,000 logistics roles into consultation, with the aim of transferring them across to partner organisations as part of a radical supply chain shake-up.

The retailer is planning a move to three dedicated logistics partnerships across transport, food and general merchandise and clothing by the end of 2024, allowing Sainsbury’s to operate its supply chain “at a national level for the first time”.

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