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Sony Reopens London Warehouse - Sony re-opens their warehouse destroyed during London Riots.

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Sony have officially opened its newly built UK distribution centre in Enfield, North London after the original building was destroyed by fire during the London riots in Summer 2011. The opening was attended by Prime Minister, David Cameron, who praised Sony for its efforts in retaining local employees through utilising the original site. The new, more advanced distribution centre was built against all odds in record time in order to be fully operational with stock for the peak Christmas sales period which accounts for 50% of annual revenue.

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Scottelly  135 forum posts United States
17 Sep 2012 - 2:02 AM

Nice job Sony!

I hope they made the bottom floor windows and doors blast proof this time (and the windows of the upper floors impact resistant, so people couldn't throw bottles through them). I hope they also installed a really good new fire sprinkler system!


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