PD Ports joins forces with Gazeley and Tees Valley Unlimited to take Multimodal by storm
Date: 03/04/2014

PD Ports joins forces with Gazeley and Tees Valley Unlimited to take Multimodal by storm

PD Ports will be attending Multimodal for the seventh consecutive year with the addition of two new stand partners, Gazeley and Tees Valley Unlimited.

Established in 2008 and now in its seventh year, Multimodal has become the UK and Ireland’s leading freight and logistics exhibition attracting over 6000 cargo owners, manufactures and retailers last year. For the two companies joining PD Ports this year, it is the first time they have exhibited at Multimodal.

Gazeley is a leading global investor and developer of sustainable logistics warehouses and distribution parks. It has operational platforms in the UK, Asia, and Continental Europe and, through IDI, North America.   It is one of the world’s longest running developers of high quality, cost effective ‘Build-to-Suit’ logistics warehouses that accommodate many of the world’s leading brands and largest companies.

Tees Valley Unlimited is a private and public sector Local Enterprise Partnership striving to deliver jobs and economic growth across the Tees Valley.

Geoff Lippitt, Business Development Director at PD Ports, commented on the partnership, “Inviting Gazeley and Tees Valley Unlimited onto our stand this year is something we were very keen to do. We have great relationships with both companies and are very excited to see how we can work together in the future.”

Also commenting, Phil Oakley, Development Manager, Gazeley said: Together we are able to provide the complete Multimodal Logistics offer to our mutual customers seeking efficiencies from their import/export logistics network. Gazeley is very pleased to bring its experience and expertise in warehouse development to the PD Ports offer. Multimodal hubs are a key part to our customer’s logistics networks.”

Neil Kenley, Director of Business Investment at Tees Valley Unlimited said: “As the Local Enterprise Partnership for Tees Valley, our role is to promote the area’s key assets and attributes and working alongside stakeholders such as PD Ports re-emphasises the message that we are open for business.”

Multimodal is running from 29 April to 1 May at NEC Birmingham in Hall 8, visit stand 412 to meet PD Ports, Gazeley and Tees Valley Unlimited.

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