Euro pool system expands operations in UK

Euro Pool Systems, one of the leading logistics providers of reusable packaging in the European fresh produce chain, has signed a 10-year lease for iP1a, a 10,850 m2 high quality distribution center in the United Kingdom.

iP1a is the third of four speculative development warehouses to be completed in 2022 at iPort, Doncaster. All buildings are designed to an A rating with EPC (Energy Performance Certificates) and a good BREEAM score.

“As Europool Systems is an innovative and leading company in the sustainability and efficiency of new supply chain reusable packaging containers (RPCs), we are delighted to facilitate their development needs in the UK,” said director John Clements. Edition. “Talks were taking place even before the building was completed, which is evidence of the high demand we are experiencing from potential tenants. This demonstrates the importance of our extensive speculative development plan.”

“Iport is one of the UK’s most advanced multimodal logistics centers and industrial hubs, close to junction 3 of the M18 and East Coast Main Line,” said Dirk Verkamen, Regional West Regional Director at Euro Pool System. “The UK is an ideal base and strategic location for our expansion to meet the needs of our retail customers with advanced solutions.”

Apart from 63,000 m2 of speculative development this year and existing facilities for Amazon, Fellowes, CEVA, Lidl, Maritime Transport, Dusk, Kingsbury Press and Woodland Group, iPort’s remaining 158,000 m2 includes capacity for specialist buildings of up to 74,000 m2.

It also benefits from an award-winning multimodal on-site rail freight terminal. iPort Rail is increasingly used by domestic and regionally based companies aiming to reduce CO2 in their supply chains, with rail links to major UK ports.

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For more information:
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Tel: +31 (0)70 301 4134
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www.Europoolsystem.com

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