The Port of Cardiff, owned and operated by Associated British Ports (ABP), the UK’s leading and best-connected port operator, has signed a new lease with Greenergy, which will provide secure storage for the company.
The new lease covers a one acre site, which offers a storage facility on Compass Road at the Port of Cardiff, and will be used by Greenergy’s in-house logistics haulage operation, Greenergy Flexigrid, to provide fuel and distribution services to a wide range of customers in the rail and commercial sectors.
With direct links to the national rail network, easy access to the M4 motorway and direct sea access, The Port of Cardiff offers multimodal facilities and easy access to the nearby urban conurbations and Cardiff city centre.
Andrew Harston, ABP Wales and Short Sea Ports Director, said: “This is another great win for our property team and we are delighted to have extended our relationship with Greenergy in Cardiff. We very much look forward to continuing to provide the secure and well - connected space they need to support the further growth of their business.”
There are currently up to 6 acres of port land available on Compass Road at the Port of Cardiff, which is ideal for port-centric warehousing and logistics, multi-use warehousing, storage facilities and office accommodation.
Businesses interested in finding out more about leasing and development opportunities are invited to contact ABP’s property agents Cushman and Wakefield or visit property.abports.co.uk for more information.
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