MultiModal 2017 success with exclusive opportunity for port visits
11th April 2017
Would you like to visit either Southampton or London Gateway deep water freight docks'
Multimodal 2017 was co-located with Internet Retail Expo and the e-Delivery Expo, making it a ‘must attend’ event for Spatial Global – as it had international freight forwarding, mail, e-commerce, fulfilment, warehousing and logistics all under one roof.
Spatial Global exhibited within the Logistics Leaders Network Pavilion at Multimodal 2017 and it provided a unique opportunity to reconnect and develop better strategic relationships with our global supply chain partners.
Exclusive Spatial Global opportunity to visit Southampton and London Gateway deep water docks
Whilst at Multimodal, Rachel Morley was able to secure customer visits to both London Gateway, the most advanced deep-sea port in the UK and Southampton Port, probably the most productive terminal for shipside and landside operations in the UK.
If you want to get a unique insight and visit either of these ports, then please email firstname.lastname@example.org to reserve your priority place.
£100 million investment in new deep water berth at Southampton
To meet their needs Associated British Ports, as the port and harbour authority, has invested £100 million and built a new 500 metre berth which is capable of handling the world’s largest container ships. The project also includes widening and deepening the main access channel to the container terminal.
Did you know Southampton also offers:
- 1.87km of deepwater quay, with up to 16 metres depth alongside.
- Berthing for vessels over 400 metres in length.
- 16 quayside gantry cranes with super post panamax capacity.
- All backed up by a fleet of flexible straddle carriers.
DP World London Gateway Port is the UK's most advanced, best located deep-sea port
DP World London Gateway Port is bringing the biggest ships of the day back to London and closer to one of the largest consumer markets in Western Europe. Accelerating UK trade, the port provides excellent accessibility, with the UK’s best tidal access; road connections to the North, South, East and West via an eight-lane highway; and the UK’s largest port rail terminal with hi-cube access to the country’s major rail hubs.