DP World has announced its latest development in the Thames Freeport, revealing two new tenants set to bolster the growth of London Gateway Logistics Park.
The entry of Ranson, a Belgian food and catering products business, and Destiny Entertainments, an importer and modifier of audio and video products, marks a significant expansion of DP World’s UK operations.
Ranson and Destiny Entertainments are slated to move to the Freeport in Q1 2024.
Oliver Treneman, Vice President of Park Development at DP World, noted: “The location of Ranson and Destiny Entertainments at London Gateway is another milestone for DP World and Thames Freeport.
“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.”
“We are very excited to be relocating to London Gateway in the near future and becoming an active part of an energetic Freeport,” added Bruno Ranson, Chief Executive Officer of Ranson Group.
“We know that this will open up many more opportunities for our company and enable us to improve and increase the trading possibilities with partners on both sides of the water for many years to come.”
The combined 100,000-square-feet space of the two units that make up ‘The Campus’ site will be the most sustainable of its kind in the UK, according to DP World.
In addition to its UK hubs at London Gateway and Southampton, DP World offers logistics, forwarding, and European transport capabilities.
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