Mark Lyndon Paper Enterprises (UK) Limited visited the DP World London Gateway site on the north bank of the Thames 25 miles from Central London, on 27th October to witness the construction progress.
London Gateway will be the UK’s first 21st Century major deep-sea container port and it will be fully integrated with Europe’s largest logistics park providing a unique platform to reduce supply chain costs and CO2 emissions.
Tabare Dominguez, London Gateway Business Projects Manager commented: “we were delighted to receive Mark Lyndon on site and we look forward to handling the large number of export containers controlled by the company in the future. London Gateway’s proximity to the UK’s largest consumer market combined with best in class road, rail and sea connections provide an exceptional opportunity for companies importing and exporting to reduce costs, gain market share and grow their business.”
Mark Lyndon Managing Director added: “We are thrilled to be associated with the London Gateway Project, we envisage huge environmental benefits and improved efficiency in all areas of our export activities by using London Gateway. Forward thinking projects of this nature are good for business, the environment and good for the UK”.
For further information about London Gateway please visit: www.londongateway.com