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3PL renews lease on 75,000sq ft fulfilment centre

3PL renews lease on 75,000sq ft fulfilment centre

Fulfilment and logistics specialist 3P Logistics (3PL) will create new jobs after concluding lease renewal negotiations on an existing 75,000 sq. ft fulfilment centre.

The premises are located on the popular South Lancs Industrial Estate in Wigan with proximity to the M6 Motorway, Liverpool Port and two major UK airports.

The fulfilment company have said that the decision to commit to a 10-year lease extension is expected to create up to 20 new jobs in the first year alone across various disciplines. The facility will now undergo a period of significant investment including roofing and energy-efficient LED lighting throughout.

“We are happy to have agreed on terms to retain the Wigan fulfilment centre on behalf of our clients with stability of service and long-term planning in mind,” said Ian Walker, Founder and MD of 3PL. “We have a network of UK and International warehouses at our disposal and the Wigan site was deemed pivotal to our UK and European operations. With future clarity now assured, we will now undergo a period of sustained investment on the site as we align the business to increasing demand for outsourced fulfilment and logistics. With its central UK locality, Wigan and the surrounding area is fast becoming a hotbed for logistics excellence and we are delighted to secure our long-term future in the Borough. Parkinson Real Estate and ABH Law acted on our behalf and I would like to extend a special thanks to Graham Bartlett and Keith Whitehead respectively in coordinating and overseeing the lease renewal process.”

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