Sunday, December 5, 2021

Carlton Forest 3PL acquires 100,000 sq ft site in Nottinghamshire

Carlton Forest 3PL has added a further 100,000 sq ft site to its growing portfolio, it’s fourth building acquisition in just eight months.

The warehouse, located at Tuxford, Nottinghamshire, close to the A1, is facilitating stock storage, management, and fulfilment for two significant retailers to support them with their strategic long-term supply chain management.

“We continue to seek opportunities to grow our customer base and the reputation that we have secured for our high levels of customer service are paying dividends as businesses seek partnership agreements with us,” said Adam Jones, Managing Director, Carlton Forest 3PL.

“This latest acquisition highlights our ability to create tailor made solutions in strategic locations that suit our customer requirements and allows us to integrate the site into our business operations with ease.”

The site is now fully operational and has secured the employment of ten staff from the local community after the previous company operating from the building went into administration. The companies’ entire portfolio of warehouse space now exceeds 1.3m sq ft.

Adam concluded: “This latest acquisition joins our sites at Worksop, Hellaby and Bawtry Park and gives us great flexibility in offering support to business who are either based in the region or who are seeking a distribution hub in the area. 2022 already looks exciting for us with further expansion planned and warehouse acquisitions already in the pipeline.”

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