Singapore: Online florist expands operations with new distribution center

Flower Chimp is opening its new distribution center in Singapore. The 800 square meters facility, located at Ubi Road, enhances Flower Chimp's capacity to serve its rapidly growing customer base in the city-state and beyond.

The new distribution center is equipped with state-of-the-art technology and a dedicated team of 15 experienced operations professionals and skilled florists. This expansion increases Flower Chimp's capacity to handle up to 2,000 orders a day, ensuring faster and more efficient delivery of fresh and beautiful flowers to customers throughout Singapore and the region.

In line with its commitment to providing exceptional service, Flower Chimp now offers same-day delivery for orders placed until 5:00 pm, further strengthening its position as a top choice for consumers seeking high-quality floral arrangements and gifts.

Flower Chimp's CEO, Maximilian Lotz, expressed his enthusiasm for the expansion, saying, "The opening of our new distribution center in Singapore is a milestone in Flower Chimp's pursuit to be the market leader in the Asia Pacific region. This facility will enable us to better serve our valued customers with an increased capacity and faster delivery times as we continue to provide the beautiful and fresh floral arrangements that have made us a trusted name in the industry."

As Flower Chimp continues to grow and expand its presence in the Asia Pacific market, the new distribution center is a testament to its dedication to delivering the best possible experience for customers. With its increased capacity, enhanced delivery options, and a team of passionate professionals, Flower Chimp is well on its way to becoming the region's go-to online florist.

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