The first round of strikes are set to take place between October 31 and November 4, with more planned closer to the World Cup start date on November 20.
The Unite union said the action would ‘impede the ability of pubs and other venues to replenish their cellars prior to the World Cup’ with around 4500 pubs in London and the south-east relying on the company.
GXO Logistics have 22 depots spanning the UK delivering from breweries such as Heineken, Stonegate, Admiral Taverns and Shepherd Neame.
The US firm recorded $2.2billion in revenue in the three month quarter from the end of June, with UK operations making $777million of that, the highest of any wing of the company.
However, workers have been left unhappy by a five per cent pay rise during the cost of living crisis, which comes with a reduction in sick pay.
GXO are also planning the closure of a depot in Dagenham, Essex, which will lead to staff cuts and an increased workload on nearby sites.