Saturday, August 20, 2022

Global leader in smart logistics chooses Derby office for UK HQ

A German-owned global leader in smart logistics and warehousing have established their UK headquarters at a serviced office location in Derby’s Pride Park – paving the way for future growth.

EPG-Ehrhardt Partner Group has 19 locations and over 700 employees worldwide and provides a full Supply Chain Execution Suite to a broad range of warehousing, logistics and airport customers across the globe.

The company has opened its UK office at Oberoi Business Hub in Pride Park to take advantage of its close proximity to the road, rail and air networks. The Hub will also provide meeting and conference facilities as well as call handling services to support the existing team who operate across the country.

EPG’s newly-appointed country manager Gavin Clark explained: “Strategically, EPG see the UK market as one of the most important logistics markets and there is a strong commitment to continue to invest here and clearly focus on growth.

“We recognised that Derby, and particularly Pride Park, is the ideal location for the UK base. Its central location in the country, excellent transport links and major developments on the doorstep such as the East Midlands Gateway will greatly facilitate our growth plans in the UK – both in terms of the customer portfolio and employee numbers.

“Having operated in the UK for the past five years, we now have the premium office location, excellent meeting and conference facilities and call handling service support in place at Oberoi Business Hub to take the business forward and grow in the UK.”

Kavita Oberoi OBE, founder and Managing Director of Oberoi Business Hub, continued: “We are delighted to welcome EPG to Oberoi Business Hub and look forward to working with them to achieve their growth plans through our serviced office accommodation and call handling support.”

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