02 February 2021
Kernow Model Rail Centre is to expand its business with a new warehouse, located close to its exisiting Camborne store and is looking to recruit new staff.
Kernow Model Rail Centre is to further expand its business having moved its mail order operation to a new warehouse, located close to the existing Camborne store. The new warehouse, already in operation since the end of November, is ear-marked for its mail order operation and increased stock holding and won't be open to the public. Its stores at Camborne and Guildford will continue to serve customers in accordance with the latest Covid-19 restrictions, with appropriate social-distancing measures in place. All existing contact details and order methods remain the same.
Kernow Model Rail Centre's website now reflects the stock held at the warehouse and customers wishing to use the Camborne ‘Click and Collect’ will need to select the ‘Click and collect’ option when placing an order online. The retailer is also looking to expand its team, with new opportunities for customer service staff based at its Camborne branch and additional staff on picking and packing at its new warehouse.
Chris Trerise, Managing Director commented, “The unique circumstances that we have all experienced this year has seen a further growth in the mail order side of the business. Due to the limited space available within the Camborne store, this has meant that to manage the mail order operation in an efficient and Covid-19 safe way, the Camborne store has been only able to operate a click and collect service for visiting customers.”
Chris continued, “We had been looking at a number of options to expand our mail order operation and the opening of our new warehouse has provided the additional space we require, and this will eventually, when circumstances allow, the Camborne store to fully open once again. We are looking forward to recruit and welcome new members to our team, providing much needed employment opportunities at this time.”
Kernow Model Rail Centre has said that applicants' knowledge of model railways would be an advantage, but isn't essential. For further details and information, visit the Kernow Model Rail Centre website.