Yorkshire warehousing and retail park specialist Onward Holdings has sealed a deal with Sciensus which sees the healthcare provider renew its 10-year lease at Junction Point on the Green Industrial Estate in Featherstone.
The deal, which is valued at around £285,000 annually, will see Sciensus, formerly known as Healthcare at Home, continue with the storage and distribution of medical products in Yorkshire.
The warehouse is equipped to handle the distribution of a wide variety of medical products and is located close to J31 of the M62 as well as the M1 and A1(M) intersections and rail freight links at Wakefield Europort.
Onward Holdings director Neil Storey said: “Our tenant feels at home at Junction Point, and we’ve worked closely with them to deliver a facility that really does meet their every need. This is an excellent deal for all parties, and we’re delighted to be working together again for another decade.”
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Onward Holdings is a third-generation family run business based in Yorkshire with an international roster of clients across its portfolio of facilities.
The company offers a wide choice of warehousing units including self-storage, bulk storage, managed, light industrial applications and long-term storage.
Storey added: “Working with such a diverse range of companies and facilities really keeps us on our toes, we are proud and excited to strengthen our positive working relationship at Junction Point and will support the company with whatever they need moving forward.”
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