Collett expands with 7,000m2 warehousing facility

PRESS RELEASE – Leading specialist transport company Collett & Sons has expanded its operations, purchasing 7,000 square metres of warehousing and office space at its new Bradford site in the West Yorkshire region in the UK. 

This new 2.32 acre Bradford site is situated less than 2 miles from Junction 26 of the M62 offering excellent access to the motorway network and perfectly placed to serve the West Yorkshire region for distribution services across the UK.

With storage facilities already offered across their Halifax, Goole & Grangemouth Depots, the acquisition of this Bradford site provides an additional 7,000m2 secure indoor warehousing.

This additional 6.5 metres high facility lies 3 miles south of Bradford city centre and allows Collett to further expand its warehousing and storage facilities. This new depot can accommodate long and short term storage requirements, furnished with cargo lift and handling equipment up to 12,000 Kgs.

This is added to Collett’s existing 5 acres of indoor and outdoor storage at their Head Office in Halifax, 12 acres at its Goole Heavy Lift facility and its 3 acre portside Grangemouth site in Scotland.


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