Freight News, Road

DSV expands Immingham hub

[ February 15, 2017   //   ]

Logistics operator DSV is expanding its warehouse and offices at the port of Immingham. The centre, which is being increased to a 100,000 sq ft logistics facility, will be fully operational at the end of May and has been designed to further streamline customer service levels and reinforce DSV’s UK domestic network.

Immingham has become a significant gateway to Scandinavia, Germany and the Benelux countries. DSV Road director of operations, Karl Timmis, added that the company was anticipating increased European road groupage in the coming months.

Immingham has also become an important location within the DSV UK domestic network, linking through the main hub in Tamworth to other centres in Glasgow, Chester Le Street, Manchester, Bristol and Purfleet.

Divisional general manager UK domestic, Nick Trencher, explained that, from 3 January, “We have daily collections and deliveries throughout the regions of Yorkshire, Humberside, Doncaster and Lincolnshire and we are already seeing positive results from this investment.”

DSV Road managing director, Jesper Hansen, added “We have more than 100 excellent staff in Immingham and they are all very excited to move into the new office building. The team is responsible for a full range of operational services, sales and customer service. With this investment, we are consolidating, as well as future proofing, DSV’s position in Immingham. This is really good news and sends a strong and positive signal to our highly valued clients and employees.”

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