Tuesday 18th Jun 2019 - Logistics Manager Magazine

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Record truck sales a good omen?

Birmingham property agent Eagleton & Co is confident that the huge investment in commercial vehicle fleets "must have a direct spin-off into the distribution property sector".

Three sheds revamped on Nursling estate

The refurbishing of Units 3, 4 and 5 in Mauritania Road, Nursling Industrial Estate, Southampton, should now be complete. The three units are owned by the Electricity Supply Nominees and actively managed by F&C Property Investment Management.

Operations centre operational

Distribution solutions consortium Jigsaw has opened a new operations centre at Bardon in Leicestershire. The facility, adjacent to J22 of the M1, coordinates the movements of a mixed fleet of up to 1,200 commercial vehicles and 2,000 trailers

Just one to go

Kier Property says there is just one built unit remaining at Trade City Exeter, with its prime scheme for business, trade and warehouse occupiers. One 597sq m has just been bought by LCD Publising - making it their third unit on the scheme, leaving only 4

First class delivery of new hub

Royal Mail's new 24,386sq m national distribution hub building at the DIRFT Logistics Park, alongside the M1's J18 and the West Coast Rail Line, has been delivered on time and on budget by developer DIRFT, a subsidiary of Severn Trent Property.

Brewer picks Cabot Park for distribution centre

Scottish & Newcastle (S&N) has signed a £6M deal with the Burford Group for a 7,355sq m distribution unit at Cabot Park, Bristol. The facility will be the brewer's new distribution centre and trading office for the region.

Expansion at DIRFT Logistics Park a step closer

Daventry District Council has approved plans to expand the DIRFT Logistics Park which could also sway the Government to also agree the plan. Expansion plans for the Park have been referred to the Government because the outline planning application is a de

Printer meets expansion needs

Stones of Banbury is the second company to take space at IOG's new IO Centre at the Wildmere Industrial Estate, Banbury, directly opposite the M40 motorway.

Growth in South Yorkshire market strengthens

The distribution warehouse market in South Yorkshire continues to grow in strength as the region establishes itself as of the UK's premier distribution locations. Confidence in the area following recent transactions with companies such as B&Q, Next and Al

EU Directive makes it easier to sue

Warehouse managers must act now to protect themselves against new breeds of occupational disease claims, warns Norwich Union Risk Services (NURS), as new regulations being introduced because of the EU Directive on Physical Agents (Vibration) will make it