Howard Tenens has acquired a warehouse at Huntworth Business Park, near Bridgewater, as it continues to expand its business in the South West of England.

The company said the property, which is close to Junction 24 of the M5, will be extensively refurbished to provide a pivotal hub for Howard Tenens Logistics and future tenants that are seeking a supply chain solution to service the South West corridor.

The facility covers over 120,000sq ft and comes with 14 dock levellers and extensive yard space. Howard Tenens currently operates over 4.4m sq ft of warehousing across the UK.

Karl Hodgkinson, Howard Tenens group development and innovation director, said: “We are thrilled to announce the acquisition of the warehouse facility in Bridgwater, marking a significant milestone in our journey.

“This strategic move aligns seamlessly with our overarching goals of enhancing operational excellence, underpinning connectivity, and delivering mutual value to our existing and new client base.

“As we continue to invest in cutting-edge infrastructure, this facility supports our commitment to sustained growth. Its strategic location, coupled with extensive features and facilities, positions us to navigate the evolving landscape of logistics, setting new standards for innovation and adaptability.

“We are confident that this acquisition will not only meet but exceed the expectations of our clients and further solidify our position as leaders in the third-party logistics sector.”