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

Bidvest renamed Best Food Logistics
Posted on Monday June 25, 2018

Bidvest Logistics, which won back a contract to supply 350 KFC outlets in March, has changed its name to Best Food Logistics. “The name Best Food Logistics is a natural evolution from our current brand name, by creatively and simply dropping ‘idv’ from Bidvest to leave us with Best,” said Paul Whyte of Best Food […]

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John Lewis pilots ‘buyback’ service
Posted on Monday June 25, 2018

John Lewis is piloting a service that collects any unwanted clothing bought from its 50 shops and web site from its customers’ homes and, regardless its condition, pay the customer. The pilot was developed with social enterprise Stuffstr and is being tested by over 100 John Lewis customers. It is app based and works on […]

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UK’s global trade future bleak without Heathrow expansion
Posted on Monday June 25, 2018

The Freight Transport Authority launched a last minute bid to persuade members of parliament to vote in favour of Heathrow expansion on Monday. FTA deputy chief executive James Hookham said: “Without an expanding global hub airport, with increased capacity for business, the prospects for trading partnerships to be established by importers and exporters with the […]

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