DP World opens storage park for empty containers
04 October 2021
THE 11.5 acre park at Southampton is designed to increase storage capacity for customers during the peak pre-Christmas season.
DP World UK chief executive Ernst Schulze, says: “The new £3m empty park is part of DP World’s ongoing £40m investment this year at Britain’s second largest container terminal – designed to take it up to the next level as a smart logistics hub – which will provide customers with speed, security, reliability and flexibility. We now have 25% more storage capacity at Southampton than before which will enable us to maintain productivity and service levels for the vital next few months and beyond.”
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