DP World names first tenants at London Gateway Logistics Park

DP World said its first tenants at the London Gateway Logistics Park, part of the Thames Freeport, were Belgian catering business Ranson and audio and video importer Destiny Entertainments.

The Freeport is intended to stimulate trade, drive innovation and support energy transition, through tax breaks.

Both companies will move to the site in Q1 2024.

DP World said companies would benefit from proximity to Europe’s most economically important consumer market and also brought global connectivity to 130 ports in over 65 countries.

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Oliver Treneman, VP at DP World, said: “Our port-centric logistics park forms a core part of our integrated end-to-end approach, providing supply chain solutions such as port-to-park and park-to-port services, together with outstanding road links and access to an adjacent rail terminal.”

Destiny Entertainments director Mark Purchase said its move to London Gateway was “game changing”:
“Not only because of the new warehouse facility, but all the infrastructure around it,” he explained.

“It’s a significant leap from our current position and the advantages it brings will enable rapid growth and better service for our customers.”

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