Faber Music’s award-winning Harlow facility Faber Music Distribution is a dedicated printed music service, catering for the needs of some of the world’s best-known printed music publishers.  Concentrating on its core business has enabled the company to achieve rapid turnover growth by offering market-leading service quality for both its distribution clients and trade customers:

  • 20+ years of printed music distribution experience
  • Over 40,000 forward picking and 3,500 bulk stock locations
  • Dedicated printed music distribution system with CILT award-winning voice-pick system
  • Substantial export capability, home-export sales currently split at 52%/48%
  • Excellent relationships with major digital and traditional trade channels including EDI links and ONIX feeds
  • Website ordering offering live product information and same-day despatch
  • Approximately 200 orders per day processed and despatched globally
  • Track record of long-term distribution client loyalty
  • Experienced sales representatives in key areas including UK, Europe and SE Asia
  • Same-day despatch for over 90% of orders in the past 3 years (including stock orders): 24-hour delivery in the UK, 48-hour delivery in Europe

Customer Service

Faber Music Distribution’s commitment to exceptional service has led to close, long-term relationships with both clients and customers. The company’s highly-experienced staff strive to resolve unforeseen issues rapidly and always aim to ‘go the extra mile’. Customer service and order processing functions are positioned adjacent to physical stock, enabling specific queries to be resolved immediately. The team is both approachable and knowledgeable, and is often said to be the best in the business.

Distribution Clients include:

  • Jamey Aebersold Jazz
  • Alfred Music Publishing
  • Bärenreiter Verlag
  • Editio Musica Budapest
  • Edition Peters
  • Editions Henry Lemoine
  • Josef Weinberger
  • Neil A Kjos Music Company
  • London College of Music Examinations (LCME)      
  • Sher Music Co
  • Trinity College London Press