Thursday 20th Feb 2020 - Logistics Manager Magazine

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When the suit doesn’t fit

The property market that serves the UK logistics sector is based primarily on the concept of developers building properties that they think will meet the needs of an occupier and then a business coming along and leasing that space.

Catering for more growth

3663 First for Foodservice has opened its new multi-temperature depot at Harlow Business Park, Essex. The site replaces an existing one and will deliver to 5,000-plus customers, a number set to increase from 2006.

Planning sought for Merebank

Rosemound Developments has extended its UK land bank with a 65-acre strategic land purchase from Burford at Cabot Distribution Park, Bristol.

Distribution sites need amenities

Occupiers are missing out on the basics. According to Steve Johnson, of Manchester property agent King Sturge: "There is a historic deficit of amenities for companies operating in industrial and distribution areas, which often means that workers have to

Polish terminal fulfuls logistics strategy

DHL has opened a state-of-the-art terminal in Wroclaw, Poland. The new terminal cost Euro 3.3M and represents a key pillar in the group's strategy to bolster its logistics network in Europe.

New depot for Linde dealer

With the opening of its superb new Bolton depot, Linde Sterling continues to set the standards for local customer care in the North-west and North Wales.

Rejuvenating Britain’s container ports

This seems like a win-win situation. Certainly in the US, retailers have been moving their distribution centres close to ports for some time.

It’s incredible that there is so much floor space available.

While some of this volume will be made up of smaller units, it comes as little surprise that the vast majority of the space is in the form of large, empty sheds. We see them from our trunk roads - huge warehouses that have been erected in weeks, only to r

Warehouse rental growth falling

Rental performance between the traditional sector and distribution warehouses has diverged, according to GVA Grimley's latest Industrial Intelligence report.

Fradley Park still expanding

Evans Property Group (EPG) is to develop 134,850sq m of warehousing space on its 300 acre Fradley Park scheme on the A38 near the M6 (Toll).