Andrew Hunter, our Sales Manager for London Medway, takes a look at the unique combination of facilities that mean however unusually-shaped your cargo, we can offer perfectly-shaped solutions.
When it comes to project cargo, no two jobs are ever the same. Whether it’s specialist construction vehicles, large and heavy engineering parts, generators, equipment or machinery our team at London Medway has the skills, facilities and experience to help you handle the load.
We actually have two ports as part of our Medway cluster – Sheerness and Chatham – with their own individual advantages. One thing they have in common is their unrivalled connectivity to London and the South East, where some of the biggest construction and regeneration projects in the country are taking place.
The two ports are the perfect hub, linked locally by the M2, M20 and M25 motorways, and globally by various shipping lines with short- and deep-sea services.
Moreover, the cluster includes 450 acres of storage and a further 200 acres of land for development. The availability of such working space in the South East is a particular plus for the location, enabling our customers to think bigger and smarter about how they achieve their supply chain goals.
One thing they don’t need to worry about is flexibility, because our 24-hour port-centric operation has unrestricted lock-free access at all states of tide and continuous 11m draught.
Also, our unique quayside offering provides the option to use specialist equipment to handle cargo of any size, shape or weight.
It’s not only our infrastructure that’s out of the ordinary. Customers have access to a dedicated account manager and commodity sector experts to ensure they enjoy a reliable service that is capable of meeting business demands.
All of this supports our commitment to deliver port-centric strategies, and heartfelt customer service for businesses, helping them to achieve their growth and performance ambitions.
To find out more about London Medway's Project Cargo capabilities, please click HERE.
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