Supply chain logistics and customs processes improvement consultancy Britannia Bureau has taken occupation of a high-tech office facility at DP World London Gateway Logistics Centre.
Britannia currently manages 5% of all UK Customs declarations and will service over 100 clients from its London Gateway site, including Marks & Spencer, Lidl, Boden, ASOS.com and The White Company.
Mark Taylor, Managing Director at Britannia, said: “As a ‘solutions first’ customs management organisation, our rapidly expanding business requires significant additional capacity to cope with the demands and opportunities leaving the EU will create. We decided to engage with the world class facilities being offered by DP World. As well as adding long term capacity for growth, this new office suite enables us to continue building the exceptional customer service that has been so key to our success to date.”
Oliver Treneman, Park Development Director at DP World London Gateway said the addition of Britannia was a “significant milestone” in the development of a wider infrastructure at London Gateway
“A cluster of logistics industry expertise is developing at London Gateway and Britannia is a prime example of this. Proven expertise, such as Britannia’s, in handling the complex issues faced by the UK’s leading high street retailers importing inventory into the UK is a bedrock upon which the supply chain is reliant.
“To have Britannia assist their customers navigate the challenges and opportunities facing their supply chains from London Gateway is a building block for our respective businesses,” he said.
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