Trinity Distribution Park Felixstowe
Trinty Distribution park Felixstowe

Welcome to Trinity Distribution Park

Trinity Distribution Park is the major commercial and industrial logistics park which sits alongside the Port of Felixstowe, the largest container port in the UK, one of the largest in Europe, and a part of the Trimley Estate covering over 900 acres. The Park is home to leading national and international occupiers including Hutchison Whampoa Ltd, The Maersk Company Ltd, Medite Shipping Co (UK) and China Shipping.

Logistics News

Risk proofing supply chains will be critical
Posted on Tuesday January 23, 2018

The rosy glow of Christmas has been quickly banished by two new reports highlighting supply chain risks, one of which proclaims: “World enters critical period of intensified risks in 2018”. The Global Risks Report published by the World Economic Forum found that 59 per cent of experts are expecting an intensification of risks compared to […]

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Brexit won’t damage emerging markets, finds Agility survey
Posted on Tuesday January 23, 2018

A quarter of global supply chain professionals think Brexit will benefit emerging markets against 12 per cent who think it will damage them, according to a study for Agility. The research by Transport Intelligence found that nearly 45 per cent of executives believe emerging markets will be largely unaffected by Brexit. A similar survey last […]

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Modern slavery brothers told to pay back £167,650
Posted on Monday January 22, 2018

Two brothers have been ordered to pay back £167,650 in criminal gains after they trafficked vulnerable men from Poland to work in a Sports Direct warehouse in Shirebrook, Derbyshire. In January 2017, Erwin and Krystian Markowski were each sentenced to six years in jail for the offences at Nottingham Crown Court (Logistics Manager, 31st January […]

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