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Port of Cardiff completes new 5m Travis Perkins distribution terminal

Travis Perkins Cardiff site

Construction is complete on a major new distribution terminal for Travis Perkins builders’ merchants (Travis Perkins), the leading supplier to the UK’s building and construction industry, at Associated British Ports’ Port of Cardiff.

Representing a £5m investment from ABP, the seven acre site will supply over 100 Travis Perkins’ outlets across South Wales.

The 7,820 square metre (81,473 square feet) warehouse became operational in December 2014, employing over 100 staff.

Matthew Kennerley, Port Director, South Wales, said: “This long term partnership with Travis Perkins is fantastic news for both the port and the region, bringing with it investment, jobs and trade.

“It is a great example of what ABP’s unique network of ports in South Wales can do; working with our customers to develop facilities that help their business to grow and drive increases in operational efficiency.”

Travis Perkins builders’ merchants has been supplying building materials to the trade for more than 200 years and has 600 outlets across the UK.

Joel Brown of Travis Perkins said: “This partnership with ABP allows us to service our business in the region more efficiently and economically as well as providing us a modern port facility.

“We are excited to be welcoming so many new colleagues to the Group and our branches are already seeing the benefits that the new Distribution Centre can offer them”.

Source : Associated British Ports

06 February 2015

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