10,000 pallets of shared user space on the M25

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BiS spaceXchange, the warehouse brokerage service, has announced the availability of up to 10,000 pallet spaces at a fully serviced, state-of-the-art warehouse just north of the M25 in Hatfield. The secure and fully resourced facility lends itself to short or long-term agreements and is strategically placed for fast access to London and the South East via the M25, M1 and A1 (M) motorways. Central London is just 25 miles.

Owned and operated by IT infrastructure services company, Computacenter, the shared user facility offers a wide variety of logistics services, from archiving in the mini-load area to a full product cross-docking operation - all under the supervision of an experienced management team and supported by the latest warehouse management information systems and cutting-edge automated materials handling equipment.

"This is a high-spec, versatile racked warehouse with some bulk pallet space and comprehensive automated handling systems available to facilitate fast and efficient storage, replenishment and order picking processes. As a shared facility, it offers all the benefits of a 3pl operation, and more, but at the competitive rates of an independently run, collaborative arrangement. It makes perfect sense for both parties – a rare opportunity on the northern edge of the M25," says Nigel Greenslade, director at BiS spaceXchange.

The site has handled a varied mix of clients over the years from Fashion to DIY product and has an admirable track record of service performance.

The Hatfield warehouse has capability to handle both heavy and overheight pallets with over 200 pallet pickface locations, with an additional 1,000 pallets of reserve, 2,000 bin positions, and 200 bin pickface locations with an additional 400 bins of reserve.

The site is ISO9001, ISO14001 and ISO27001 compliant and fully secure - being manned 24 hrs a day and equipped with 200+ digital surveillance cameras.

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