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Rapid-fire expansion for Bullet Express

[ March 2, 2021   //   ]

Glasgow-based international logistics company Bullet Express has acquired a new, 30,000sq ft storage facility 300 yards from the M74 motorway, adding a further 5,000 pallets to its capacity to 26,000 pallets. It follows a surge in demand from both existing and new customers for storage including a 40% rise in online shopping as a result of Covid-19 lockdowns.

David McCutcheon, co-founder and joint chief executive officer, said: “Connectivity is fundamentally important to our customers now and this location, right next to the M74, means we can get their products moving faster than ever before.”

Managing director, John McKail, added: “There is a shortage of quality logistics storage facilities across the UK and this investment provides Bullet Express with further scale in this growing sector. We’re installing the latest technology to maximise the capacity that it provides and ensuring we can locate and access our customers’ products faster and more efficiently than ever before in order to provide the just-in-time delivery service they need.”

Bullet Express For more info see press release. Pic Peter Devlin