Grupo Andrés, based in Spain and Portugal, has unveiled a bold new corporate image in preparation for the opening of its new headquarters. Focusing on logistical innovation - which the company calls technological endowment 4.0. The move towards the robotisation of the tyre distribution logistics process showcases the modernity the company hopes to convey with its new corporate image.
Bold and Strong New Logo Relates Grupo Andrés Forward-Thinking Outlook
Grupo Andrés, a B2B platform, which has taken over 6 million online tyre orders for its 20,000 clients across the Iberian Peninsula and beyond is thinking ahead to the future. The company has recently opened its Sevilla warehouse, to complement its other bases in Barcelona, Madrid and Salamanca. Grupo Andrés also has 13 ‘cross docking’ stations, so the distributor has strategically placed itself to serve all customers across the peninsula.
Having worked towards digitalisation over the last decade, the company is now looking towards more sustainable and logistical solutions for its client base. The new sustainably-build Grupo Andrés Headquarters will be located in the CETRAMESA Freight Transport Centre and will consist of close to 30,000 square meters. Here, the company will specialise in 'technological endowment 4.0,' which is a commitment to the robotisation of the logistics process for work and flow orders.
Grupo Andrés sees its new corporate image and headquarters as a continuing move to align its operations with technological processes to offer clients professional workshops with the highest efficiency, service and quality.