New cranes to lift London Gateway rail business

DP World is investing £12m in two new rail mounted gantry (RMG) cranes at London Gateway to meet demand for rail transport ahead of the opening of a new fourth berth next year. The £12m investment will lift rail capacity at the port by 50%. Port operations director at London Gateway, Andrew Bowen, said: “After the disruption of recent years, shipping lines and cargo owners are looking for capacity, reliability and growth ... [+]

DP World train goes port to port

DP World has launched a new intermodal rail service to link its container terminals at London Gateway and Southampton. The port operator says it will boost the resilience of the customers’ supply chains and enable them to switch volumes quickly and easily between the two UK locations.  The service – which ... [+]

DP World starts work on London Gateway warehouse

DP World has begun work on a new speculative 119,000sq ft green warehouse at London Gateway’s Logistics Park. The Dubai-owned company says that demand for space in the South East of England is reaching unprecedented levels and the new green warehouse is being fast-tracked for completion in the third quarter of ... [+]

First all-electric tug for London Gateway

DP World has taken delivery of the first ever all-electric terminal tractor at a British port. The Terberg YT203-EV is entering service at London Gateway will primarily be used for transporting goods the two mile distance from the quayside to a distribution facility at the adjacent logistics park. DP World plans ... [+]

Early delivery for London Gateway development

DP World says it will fast-track delivery of a speculative 119,000sq ft green warehouse at its London Gateway Logistics Park to meet unprecedented demand for space at the freeport site, its second speculative facility in less than a year. It will be ready for occupation at the end of the ... [+]

London Gateway is Oasis’ latest gig

Information management company Oasis Group has taken a long term lease on a 109,000sq ft warehouse at London Gateway logistic park. The hub will be built to BREEAM sustainability standards is scheduled to be completed by October next year. As well as digital solutions, Oasis offers paper document management and ... [+]

DP World to build berth 4 at London Gateway

DP World says it will begin work next month on a fourth berth at London Gateway to increase resilience and create more capacity for the world’s largest vessels.The £300m it will spend builds on the £2bn investment DP World has made in the UK over the last decade.In the first ... [+]

Record first half for DP World UK

DP World says its two UK ports handled a record volume of cargo in the first half of 2021, thanks to its investment in capacity to meet demand. Between January and June this year, London Gateway saw throughput of 888,000teu. An increaser of over 23% on the previous first-half record set ... [+]

Swain to set up stone terminal at London Gateway

DP WORLD has signed an agreement with Swain Group for a 2.25 acre distribution facility at its London Gateway freight and logistics hub. Under the three year agreement, Swain Group will use the quayside site for the temporary storage of imported construction materials such as stone and offsite manufacturing before onward ... [+]

London Gateway makes more room for furniture

Lifestyle and furniture retailer is to exercise an option to more than double its capacity at London Gateway’s Logistics Park. The company will open an additional 350,000sq ft. of new warehousing over two phases, with the first phase complete by August this year and the second in April 2022. This ... [+]

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