Earles Park launches new identity to attract businesses to Hull

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Warehousing, logistics and distribution company, Earles Park, has recently launched a new brand identity and introduced a variety of new services to attract national businesses to its state of the art storage facility in Hull.
Chris Kirkwood, Managing Director of Earles Park

Warehousing, logistics and distribution company, Earles Park, has recently launched a new brand identity and introduced a variety of new services to attract national businesses to its state of the art storage facility in Hull.

Working alongside key partners, Garness Jones and Keystore, Earles Park hopes to encourage more firms to locate their logistics in the city who want to take advantage of Hull’s prime location as the ‘gateway to Europe’.

Chris Kirkwood, Managing Director of Earles Park, commented:

We have over 30 years experience of securely handling the storage, warehousing and logistics for firms across the country, and are delighted to see our business reinvented with a new brand image.

Earles Park is strategically placed next to Green Port Hull and King George Dock, making it an ideal location for local and national manufacturers and supply chain companies to import materials and export their goods to Europe. For example, it’s perfectly placed for those businesses who may eventually supply the new Siemens blade factory.

Earles Park have teamed up with Garness Jones to market the facility both locally and nationally. David Garness, Managing Director of Garness Jones, takes up the story:

There are so many opportunities for businesses in Hull with the rapidly growing renewables industry and City of Culture year fast approaching. Hull is a city on the up and there has never been a better time to invest in this area. Earles Park is in a great location for local businesses who have run out of room and need more storage space, as well as national companies who are looking for a logistics base in the north.

Clients who store their goods with Earles Park can choose to lease space, or enlist the help of partner, Keystore, which provides a fully managed service from picking and packing to delivering and re-stocking.

As well as its existing warehouse, Earles Park also offers its clients a new, bespoke property development service. Their very own architects and contractors work alongside clients to design, build and renovate bespoke warehousing developments according to their exact requirements – whatever the business, whatever the size.

Chris Kirkwood continued:

Getting the warehouse and logistics aspect of a business right is essential to creating a faster supply chain, fewer lorry miles and giving a better service to customers. This is why we’re using our 30 years of expertise to help manufacturing and supply firms create warehousing and storage facilities that are entirely based on their business needs. Whether it’s a new purpose-built warehouse development or upgrading of an existing site, we’ll ensure it works efficiently and seamlessly.

The Earles Park storage facility features 300,000 sq ft of warehouse space and can hold up to 30,000 pallets of short and long term stock at any time. It also boasts an additional 80,000 sq ft of space specially adapted for food goods.