The number of consumers in the UK who do a weekly grocery shop online has doubled since the coronavirus lockdown, in a trend that is now “irreversible”, according to a recent supermarket report, with about 40% of people say they will shop online more now than they did before the outbreak.

Covid-19 has given some retailers reason to believe that home deliveries are the future and investing in their warehouse storage facilities is paramount to meet future demand.

High Speed Doors installed in a fast moving collection and delivery facility are invaluable where continuous access is needed, reducing time spent waiting for doors to open and close. To minimise disruption to daily operations at this supermarket distribution centre, BID Group engineers worked nights to install this KLIMATE Ardent Oversize High Speed Door for one of our clients.

KLIMATE High Speed Doors will also provide valuable energy savings by maintaining operating temperatures, weather seals and insulation prevent heat loss which is essential for dry storage facilities and will keep cold stores, that need to be kept at a certain temperature, cool.

High Speed Doors are also proven to reduce contamination and improve the working environment by controlling the flow of traffic and the reducing noise levels.

We remain fully operational throughout the current Covid-19 restrictions ready to support customers in key sectors. BID Group’s emergency call out service operates 24/7 365 days a year ensuring any emergency call out can be attended to in the quickest time to keep your business on track through this pandemic.

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