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Brisk business at Thames Freeport

[ March 3, 2022   //   ]

Thames Freeport is experiencing heavy demand from businesses wanting to relocate to its investment zone on the 12 month anniversary of the Government’s announcement that it would be one of the first eight freeports nationwide. It says that there has been interest from a diverse range of sectors

DP World UK chief executive, Ernst Schulze, saidd: “We have seen the best year for new business in a decade at our port-centric logistics park, which is the size of 400 football pitches and will soon become home to a workforce 10,000-strong. We can work with customers on their building requirements of up to 1 million square feet and deliver bespoke solutions via a 28 day planning agreement with the local council.”

Thames Freeport is an economic zone connecting Ford’s Dagenham engine plant, the ports at London Gateway and Tilbury and many communities in urgent need of ‘levelling-up’

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