Company claims an industry first for ‘Renovotec 3PL’

Portfolio of services developed to meet specialist 3PL needs

“Renovotec 3PL will give companies an advantage in this highly competitive and cost-conscious sector” says Renovotec managing director Richard Gilliard

Renovotec at IntraLogisteX 2017: stand 111

Renovotec, the UK’s fastest growing rugged hardware, software and services provider for warehousing and distribution, manufacturing and retail companies has launched a dedicated service for third party logistics companies (3PLs). ‘Renovotec 3PL’ has been developed to meet the sector’s specialist needs and is the first of its kind says Renovotec.

Services offered under the new 3PL scheme include flexible, pay-as-you-go hardware rental, doing away with the need for capital investment to support typically shorter, finite 3PL contracts; a guaranteed 48 hour Renovotec response to any technology tender request, in support of the 3PL; network site survey completion within 72 hours; a one-stop return materials authorisation (RMA) process; and next-day product delivery. This last benefit is made possible because Renovotec always holds stock – an industry rarity according to the company.

“Our service has been developed to help third party logistics companies offer the speed and flexibility that their customers demand” says Renovotec managing director Richard Gilliard. “Renovotec 3PL will give companies an advantage in this highly competitive and cost-conscious sector.”

Company background (

Renovotec is the UK’s fastest growing provider of rugged hardware, software and services. The company’s approach to rugged hardware purchase and rental is customer-driven and manufacturer-independent.

Renovotec’s rugged-hardware-as-a-service (r-HaaS) combines ongoing user support with zero capital outlay, allowing companies to scale their hardware flexibly, and with confidence.

Renovotec is an expert in field mobility service technology running on rugged mobile devices, and is the UK’s leading exponent of automatic data capture (AIDC) on rugged and mobile hardware using voice, scanning and RFID technology.