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Panalpina chooses Milton Park

Panalpina has agreed a deal with Milton Park, based in Oxfordshire, UK, to let 102,000 sq ft. Panalpina was originally based at Milton Park during the 1980s. The company announced it has moved into the warehouse at Unit 180 of Milton Park to accommodate its growing operations in the UK.

Robert Muir area head of logistics at Panalpina said: "Milton Park is the perfect location for Panalpina's centralised approach to logistics development within the UK, with close travel links to London and the rest of the South of England, it meets all of our requirements for sustainable business growth. Milton Park has been very flexible in providing much larger premises than we originally wanted and on commercial terms which will fully support our plans for adding value to our customers supply chain."

Chris Sills, head of industrial leasing at Milton Park, said: "Panalpina joins the other highly respected global distribution operators which use Milton Park because we offer the right space in the right place. By working with the team at Panalpina we were able to create a compelling offer, which will assist their future business development."
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