The UK’s newest and largest built-to-suit logistics park is unveiling at this year’s Multimodal Exhibition.

With an optimal location at Junction 52 on the A14 the carbon neutral park, when fully delivered, will provide over 9.5 Million square feet of storage and operating space.

Perfectly positioned to serve the east coast ports of Felixstowe, Tilbury, Harwich, Ipswich and London Gateway, Port One Logistics Park is already becoming something of a ‘disrupter’ in the industry. The emphasis on efficiency and ROI not only starts with the design, but carries through to handover and operation, ensuring clients get every benefit from a 21st century supply chain solution.

The Port One team was quick to identify a shift in industry demands, partially from the sustained growth in e-commerce and also from lessons learned during the pandemic – no longer is it possible for spec-built developments to compete, or come anywhere near.

Early adopters for the nine warehouses already constructed on site were delighted to benefit from as much as a 43% increase in capacity, compared with a new identical footprint spec-built warehouse in the locality.

1.2M square feet is already let or sold, with Port One offering a wide range of alternatives to both inward investors and household names in the UK supply chain industry seeking to grow and improve their profitability. Options include freeholdings, leases and turnkey fully-fitted facilities - all delivered against an exacting timetable.

With over 5 Megawatts of photovoltaic power generated on site, sustainability is at the very top of the agenda with carbon neutral warehouses and 400+ high speed charging points for vehicles and plant.

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