Southampton-based port-centric logistics firm Import Services has been chosen to operate DP World London Gateway’s shared user facility. It will take on a ‘significant portion’ of the 386,000ft² common user facility on the London Gateway Logistics Park, which is due to open in the second quarter of 2015. It will provide devanning, cross-docking, storage, pick-and-pack, labelling and distribution from the site on a pay-as-you-go basis. Mike Thomas, client services director at Import Services, said: “Operating the common user facility will […]
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