HERMES INVESTS £16M TO BOOST RUGBY CAPACITY BY 40%
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HERMES INVESTS £16M TO BOOST RUGBY CAPACITY BY 40%

Hermes, the consumer delivery specialist, has significantly boosted its capacity for the upcoming peak season after completing the construction of a third sortation tier at its fully-automated Midlands…

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REDEVELOPMENT OF HISTORIC ARCHES IS A SPECIAL DELIVERY
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REDEVELOPMENT OF HISTORIC ARCHES IS A SPECIAL DELIVERY

A team of Leeds building consultants have successfully delivered the transformation of five former arches underneath the A40 in London, into a 3,200 sq ft first class mail…

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IGNORING GUTTERING IS MONEY DOWN THE DRAIN
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IGNORING GUTTERING IS MONEY DOWN THE DRAIN

An increase of heavy downpours and extreme weather in the UK are wreaking havoc with guttering on many large-scale commercial buildings and leading to shoddy repairs, according to a leading building…

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Local councils drive to increase salt warehouse capacities ahead of winter.
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Local councils drive to increase salt warehouse capacities ahead of winter.

Every October, the Winter Weather Survey is conducted by the Local Government Association to gather information about local councils’ preparations for the coming winter. This never fails to…

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VNA technology ensures high pallet capacity for Daygard Logistics
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VNA technology ensures high pallet capacity for Daygard Logistics

With a diverse client base that includes leading clothing manufacturers, food suppliers and a Premier League football club, the Daygard Logistics Group of Companies offers an extensive range…

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Port of Tilbury still reaping the benefits of 30-year-old Rubb warehouse
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Port of Tilbury still reaping the benefits of 30-year-old Rubb warehouse

A Rubb warehouse has been brought back to life to support relocation goals of Tilbury Port planners and a long-term customer. The original warehouse, a 30m twin span x 102m…

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Nexen’s investment and expansion plans  buck recent trends with commitment to the UK
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Nexen’s investment and expansion plans buck recent trends with commitment to the UK

Lowestoft-based Nexen Lift Trucks – a leading designer, manufacturer and supplier of forklift trucks and warehouse equipment – is delighted to announce an £8.5m investment in its UK-based…

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Storage facilities at full capacity following Brexit uncertainty
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Storage facilities at full capacity following Brexit uncertainty

Food, pharmaceutical and consumer products companies up and down the country are struggling to find suitable storage facilities as a direct result of the ambiguity surrounding Brexit. It…

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25 year old Rubb Shelter is brought back to life for Barrier Fire Protection
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25 year old Rubb Shelter is brought back to life for Barrier Fire Protection

Rubb Buildings Ltd have a long-standing working relationship with local North East company Barrier Group. Their latest request was for Rubb to support them with a new bespoke oil…

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Dash For Brexit Stockpiling Space Will Have Adverse Tax Consequences
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Dash For Brexit Stockpiling Space Will Have Adverse Tax Consequences

Surging demand for space to stockpile supplies ahead of Brexit at a time of profound structural change taking place across the retail sector with the unstoppable rise of discounters and…

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