Local Social Enterprise expands offerings with two new machines
Local Social Enterprise, Enham Third Party Logistic (3PL), has expanded its offering to businesses in the area, by taking delivery of 2 new machines; a cardboard box maker and shrink-wrapper.
The machines, received just last week, will enable the logistics business to reach new markets, take on new customers, and support even more businesses in the area to satisfy their fulfilment, storage, and packaging needs.
Mike Batchelor, Enham 3PL’s Operations Manager, comments of the new machines:
We’re delighted to have taken delivery of a new cardboard box maker and shrink wrapper, and very much look forward to working with new local businesses to fulfil even more of their, often unique, requirements.
Enham 3PL, based on Enham Trust’s Home Estate in Enham Alamein, near Andover, has been providing businesses with professional and bespoke third party logistics services for over 14 years; offering a full range of storage and fulfilment services.
As a Social Enterprise of Enham Trust, Enham 3PL’s profits go back into the charity – supporting the Trust’s 8,500 disabled customers to gain choice, control, and independence over their daily lives.
For more information about Enham Trust, please visit: http://www.enhamtrust.org.uk/
HRH The Duchess of Gloucester visits leading disability charity Enham Trust
HRH The Duchess of Gloucester has this week visited leading Hampshire-based disability charity Enham Trust.
Andover Trail Marathon raises over £1300 for local disability charity
A local annual running event, Andover Trail Marathon, has last weekend raised £1332.50 for leading disability charity Enham Trust.
Santander brings Christmas early to local disability charity
15 enthusiastic employees from Santander last week took to the fields of Enham Alamein, near Andover, to volunteer for leading disability charity Enham Trust.
Masonic Charitable Foundation’s Community Awards 2017
Leading Hampshire-based disability charity, Enham Trust, has received a £4000 grant as part of the Masonic Charitable Foundation’s Community Awards 2017.
Accessible fun run raises over £1000 for local disability charity
The event, held at the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, Stratford, saw thousands of people of all ages and abilities, gather together to run any one of five trails; from a 100m run, to a 10km track.