A major five year deal sees the internationally renowned music label move to Sony DADC’s brand new Enfield distribution facility
With over 50 million albums sold since it’s launch in 1991, Ministry of Sound houses a network of international record labels, administered from offices in London next to their world-famous nightclub. Building on a long-term manufacturing services relationship, Ministry of Sound has chosen Sony DADC for their distribution services.
The agreement, which will run until 2018, draws on Sony DADC’s expertise in pick, pack and ship; customer service, returns management and reverse logistics. Distribution operations will be handled out of Sony DADC’s new UK distribution centre in Enfield, North London and go live in mid February 2013.
As a testament to the scope and flexibility of the operational tasks Sony DADC can offer clients, it will also manage telesales on behalf of Ministry of Sound to UK independent record stores.
“As a major global brand, Ministry of Sound requires a reliable and flexible service provider, capable of future-proofing evolving industry strategies and able to react quickly to any and every market opportunity,” said Sigi Obermayr, Vice President Sales at Sony DADC. “We are proud that Ministry of Sound has selected us and we are looking forward to growing their business together.”
Eddie Jones, Sales and Operations Director at Ministry of Sound said: “It was important to partner with a vendor who both shared our vision, and could provide the full range of management and fulfilment capabilities we need to deliver our packaged media business.”
About Sony DADC
Sony DADC is a leading end-to-end services provider for the entertainment industry and beyond, offering world-class physical and digital supply chain solutions and optical media replication services. The company’s network consists of service offices, optical media production and distribution centres worldwide.